Couple stole over 100 identities for credit cards, police say

Trent Faris reports on a couple who may have misused over 100 victims’ personal information:

Hall worked for a company called IQOR in Charlotte that handles record keeping for a gas company in Chicago. Police say Hall would write down people’s names date of birth and Social Security numbers on scraps of paper and take them with her.

Then both Hall and McDonald would take the info and apply for credit card on line, not from home, but at the York County Library using public computers.

“The common denominator was the address being used and the IP address from the computers,” said Dugan.

Dugan says both used the cards to buy food, gas and clothing.

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