SCOTTSDALE, AZ - Police have launched an investigation after a credit card skimmer was discovered in a pump at a Scottsdale gas station.
According to the Arizona Department of Weights and Measures, a worker discovered the skimmer in a pump last week at Taylor’s, located at Granite Reef Road and McDonald Drive.
An employee from Weights and Measures removed the skimmer and put a camera inside the gas pump.
Weights and Measures notified Scottsdale police and delivered the skimmer to the police department.
The Weights and Measures employee returned to the gas station Friday night and reported there was no video. He returned again on Tuesday, October 15 and retrieved the camera.
Police say there are no known suspects at this time.
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