KFC employee accused of taking pictures of customers’ credit cards, using them, police say

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Detectives arrested a Kentucky Fried Chicken employee in Starke, Florida, on March 21, the Bradford County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release. She is charged with taking photos of customer’s credit and debit cards and using them to online shop.

According to police, Markquerva Lumar “took it upon herself to use her place of work to help in the aid of her criminal activity.”

Lumar allegedly took pictures of the cards when she received them at the drive-thru window. She would then use her personal phone to take pictures or videos of the front and back of the card.

She would allegedly use the internet to find more information on the person and buy things online in the victim’s name.

Police say she spent thousands of dollars.

Detectives are asking that if you were a victim of credit/debit card fraud after the use of your card at KFC in the date range of April 16, 2022, to April 21, 2022, please contact Det. Crews at 904-966-6370.

Source & Credit: firstcoastnews.com

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