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Pizza, $1,300 Computer Charged to Man's Bank Card, Police Say

Marple Township Police are investigating the fraudulent bank card charges.

A computer and pizza were fraudulently charged to a Broomall resident's bank card recently, according to Marple Township Police. 

A resident of Licia Drive in Broomall told police that his bank debit card was used on Dec. 14 to purchase an Apple Mac computer in the amount of $1,376.91 and was to be shipped to Maryland, according to police.

Then on Dec. 16, a purchase of $150 was made at a Papa John’s Pizza in Washington, DC, according to police.

The man notified both Apple and Papa John's who gave him the purchase locations of Maryland and D.C., according to police, and all of the purchases were canceled.

A third debit charge was attempted on Dec. 17 for a Nordstrom gift card valued at $1,500 and the store rejected the purchase, according to police. 

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