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CCTV used in card-fraud inquiry

Couple on CCTV
This couple were caught on CCTV paying with a stolen credit card

Police are trying to track down three people after a fraudulent device was used at a cashpoint in Oxford.

There have been at least seven incidents at the Barclays cashpoint in Headington since 11 May, police said.

On each occasion a mobile phone was fitted to the cashpoint above the number pad to record the pin and other details of the transaction.

Officers have also had reports of stolen cards being used in both Hammersmith and Hayes, west London.

Man on CCTV
CCTV captures this man near to Barclays cashpoint in Headington

PC Matt Sulley said: "The first image shows a man near to the Barclays cashpoint and the second shows a couple shopping whist paying for their goods with a credit card, believed to be stolen.

"I am keen for these people to get in touch with me directly as they may be able to help with the investigation and I appeal to anyone, who might have seen these people to also get in touch."



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