Metro Area UPS Credited With Stopping Theft Ring

APPLE VALLEY, Minn. (WCCO) — A UPS store in Apple Valley is credited with stopping a huge theft ring in the United States involving stolen credit card numbers.

According to the search warrant, a clerk at the UPS store in Apple Valley was suspicious of two customers.

The customers asked her to package a laptop, credit card reader, thumb drives and more than 60 gift cards.

The store manager called police, and now two men from Ohio are under investigation.

Investigators believe more people across several states are involved. Authorities say the thieves would steal credit card info and load the information onto gift cards.

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  1. pat says:

    Thanks to the observation skills and the swift action by the UPS folks.

  2. Monica says:

    DU!H!! They were asking to be caught, lol

  3. Bubba says:

    Now these are the people who need to be thrown in prison with me. Not the pot smoking kids in the story earlier.

    1. Richard in Minneapolis says:

      If we are referring to the same story, those ‘kids’ were 26 and 27 years old respectively, and arrested for dealing, not smoking.

  4. Cole says:

    All right Apple Valley UPS Store. I hear they also do business cards!

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