Health worker photographed patient credit cards and went shopping with them, cops say

Brendan Rascius reports:

A Maryland woman accused of using stolen credit and debit card information — then using it to shop online — has been charged with 120 counts of theft and fraud, police said in a news release.

The woman was employed at a Walgreens in Cambridge, Maryland, a riverside city of about 13,000 people, before starting a job at Your Doc’s Inn, an urgent care clinic in the same city. The woman is accused of taking pictures of credit and debit cards belonging to patients and customers at both locations, according to the release.

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