Credit-card skimmers discovered in Cashton gas pumps

Credit-card skimmers were located in gas pumps in Cashton, according to Cashton Police Chief Patrick Wuerzberger.

Wuerzberger is requesting residents to track credit and debit card statements for unauthorized transactions, mainly ATM transactions. Those who discover unauthorized transactions should report them to the Cashton Police Department at 269-2117.

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