Hundreds Of Credit Card Numbers Stolen From “ReStore”

Police say customer credit cards were being sent to a computer server in Poland.(Photo: Habitat for Humanity)
Police say customer credit cards were being sent to a computer server in Poland.(Photo: Habitat for Humanity)

Police say hackers with an international reach have stolen hundreds of credit card numbers from a Delaware store operated by the charity Habitat for Humanity.

Police say investigators found information from the charity’s ReStore credit card processing system was being transmitted to a computer server in Poland.

Police say area residents’ stolen credit card numbers have been used on the East Coast, in California and in South America in recent weeks.

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