Credit card theft reported by York Co. Board of Disabilities

May 24, 2013 

Rock Hill police are investigating a case of credit card fraud after the York County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs reported 30 unauthorized transactions on one of their cards, according to a police report.

The non-profit group serves more than 700 people in York County who have intellectual disabilities, autism or spinal cord injuries.

After the investigation is complete, Director Mary Poole says she plans to press charges against whoever stole more than $2,800 from the organization.

An unknown person used the organization’s credit card or card number to make purchases at three Walmart stores on May 11, the report states.

Anna Douglas •  803-329-4068

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