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Police: food court eatery skimmed credit cards

Roseville police are investigating what they believe to be an identity theft and credit-card skimming operation at the Chinese Gourmet Express restaurant in the Rosedale Center mall. Losses are estimated at $100,000.
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Roseville police are investigating what they believe to be an identity theft and credit-card skimming operation at the Chinese Gourmet Express restaurant in the Rosedale Center mall. Losses are estimated at $100,000.

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