Woodland Park police confiscate skimming device at City Market, seek public’s help

(WOODLAND PARK, Colo.) — The Woodland Park Police Department said it recently confiscated a skimming device found at City Market in Woodland Park.

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According to police, on Tuesday, March 19 officers responded to the store after a report that the skimming device was found at a self-checkout kiosk. When officers arrived, the device was confiscated, and its placement is being investigated.

Skimming device found at City Market in Woodland Park
Courtesy: Woodland Park Police Department
Skimming device found at City Market in Woodland Park
Courtesy: Woodland Park Police Department

“There were four unidentified suspects that arrived and left in what appears to be a Toyota Sienna van,” wrote police, who are now asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects and the vehicle. Police are also trying to determine if there are any possible fraud victims.

Officers said the device was placed at the self-checkout at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, March 18, and was located on Tuesday morning. If you have any information, you are asked to contact Officer Michelle Reed at (719) 687-9262. You may remain anonymous.

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