Abington police have arrested two U.S. Postal Service employees who they say stole customers' credit card numbers and used them to purchase gift cards, aquarium tickets, and other items.
Rashaad Schell, 23, and Daryl Matthews, 24, both of Philadelphia, are charged with identity theft, conspiracy, forgery, and related offenses.
They were arraigned Thursday, and bail was set at $75,000 each.
Police say the men used their cellphones to capture photos or videos of customers' credit cards.
At least 25 victims have been identified, and Deputy Chief John A. Livingood said the number "is definitely going to rise."
"We've had some more calls today, as a result of hearing it on the news, saying, 'I think my credit card was used, too,' " Livingood said.