Drivers who used pump one by the New Columbia Sunoco gas station could have had their credit or debit card information stolen, said Milton State Police.
State Police Trooper Jared S. Mowen said they discovered a card skimming device at the Sunoco after several victims reported they found fraudulent charges on their credit and debit cards between April 4 and 30.
The card skimmer was installed on pump one, which was the pump farthest from the convenience store and wasn't covered by the store's security cameras.
Mowen said, "The pump technician explained the pump was working properly and customers would be unaware of the card skimmer."
All the victims have been from the New Columbia area, said Mowen.
The victims' cards have been reportedly used at the East Stroudsburg, Honesdale, State College, Clearfield, Dickson City, Indiana, Pittson, Tamaqua, Bloomsburg, Milford, Dubois, Lewisburg, Allenwood, Hazalton, Taylor, Moon Township, Delmont, Carnegie, Mount Pocono, Punxsutawney, Tarentum, Beaver Falls, Warren, Bethlehem, Duncansville, Blairsville, Mill Hall, Tunkhannock, Clarion, Kittanning, Bethel Park and Pittsburgh Wal-Marts.
Mowen said more stores are being added to the list as more people file reports.
He added Police believe multiple people are behind the scam. So far, they been able to get pictures of one suspect at the Bethel Park Wal-Mart, one at another at the Lewisburg Wal-Mart.
Anyone with any information on the scam should call Milton State Police at 570-524-2662, said Mowen.