Cashpoint warning

Police are warning shoppers to be vigilant after a card skimming device was found on a cashpoint at a supermarket in Tadley, Hampshire. Officers received reports of two men acting suspiciously near the cashpoint at Sainsburys in Mulfords Hill.

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Two charged after cash skimming device found

A card skimming device was found at a Sainsbury's in Tadley Credit: Rui Vieira/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Police have charged two men after a card skimming device was found on a cashpoint in Tadley. Dumitru Dunciu, 24, and Eduard Sharikadze, 24, both of Porter Close, Grays, in Essex, were charged with possessing or controlling an article for use in fraud.

The men were arrested after officers received reports of two men acting suspiciously near to the cashpoint at Sainsburys in Mulfords Hill, Tadley, on Thursday. They are due to appear at Winchester Crown Court on January 28, 2013. They have been remanded in custody.

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Cashpoint warning as card skimming device found

The card skimming device was found at Sainsburys in Tadley Credit: Press Association

Police are warning shoppers to be vigilant after a card skimming device was found on a cashpoint at a Tadley supermarket.Officers investigated after receiving reports of two men acting suspiciously near the cashpoint at Sainsburys in Mulfords Hill on Thursday, December 27.

Following assistance from a dog unit and the police helicopter, two 24-year-old men from Essex, were subsequently arrested in the early hours of Friday, December 28.

They remain in police custody at this time.Police encourage people who regularly use that cashpoint to check their bank statements and report any suspicious activity to their bank or building society.

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