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Habitat For Humanity Store Targeted In Credit Card Hack

Law360, New York (November 10, 2011, 12:52 PM EST) -- A police investigation in an Ohio city has revealed that more than 400 consumer credit card numbers may have been stolen during transactions at a local building material store operated by Habitat for Humanity International Inc., the city's police captain said Thursday.

During the past few weeks, police in Delaware, Ohio, have collected more than 130 reports from local residents of suspicious charges on their credit cards in several states and countries, even though the consumers had not lost their credit cards, police Capt. Bruce Pijanowski...
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