CLEVELAND -- A Channel 3 crew was there when one person was arrested after a "skimmer" is allegedly found on a 5/3 Bank ATM at Euclid Avenue and East 14th Street Thursday morning.
The Ohio Highway Patrol says a 5/3 Bank security guard contacted them regarding a skimmer being found at the bank's ATM.
OSP took one person into custody, then turned the case over to the FBI and U.S. Secret Service.
Troopers describe the "skimmer" as a device mounted onto the front of an ATM that reads the magnetic strip on a person's card as it's inserted into the machine.'
That allows the skimmer to collect data from the card and gives it to people who then use the card numbers for fraudulent purposes.