A customer at a Hull Street Road bank discovered a skimming device on the ATM leading police to another Chesterfield bank and photos of the suspects.
The customer was at the SunTrust branch near Commonwealth Center Parkway on Wednesday when the skimming device came off the ATM as she pulled out her card, police said.
Surveillance cameras captured images of a man and woman when they returned to try and get the device back off the ATM, police said. It also helped police zero in on the car they were traveling in.
The next day, police received a report of a skimming device on the ATM at the Wells Fargo Branch at 7300 Jefferson Davis Highway in the Bellwood neighborhood. Video again helped investigators, this time allowing them to discover the device was placed there around 10 a.m. and removed an hour later. It also showed images of a suspect, who police believe is the same woman from the first incident.
The woman is described as white, 18 to 25 years old, 5' 5" tall and 115 pounds with long black hair and an olive complexion. The man is described as white and 22 to 30 years old.
Police say if you used your ATM at either bank, you should keep a close eye on your bank statements and contact police and the bank if you notice any unusual activity. They ask anyone with information to call Crime Solvers at 804-748-0660.
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