NJ: 8 indicted for allegedly participating in identity theft ring at TD Bank

Joe Coohey reports:

Eight people, including a former bank teller, were charged Thursday with participating in an identity theft ring that used account information stolen from customers of Cherry Hill-based TD Bank, said acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman.

The group is accused of stealing more than $150,000 from bank branch offices in South Jersey. Four of those indicted are from North Jersey; the others are from New York. They face charges of conspiracy, theft by deception and identity theft.

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