Woman stopped by March PCSOs for using contactless bank card to shop without owner’s consent

PUBLISHED: 10:42 19 May 2017

Woman stopped by March PCSOs for using contactless bank card to shop without owner’s consent

Woman stopped by March PCSOs for using contactless bank card to shop without owner’s consent

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A woman was caught using a contactless bank card to buy products around March without the owner’s consent yesterday.

“The March policing team have today been investigating the use of a bank card, where products have been purchased around March using contactless payment without the owner’s consent,” said a police spokesman last night.

“An adult female was later stopped by PCSOs in the town and spoken to regarding these offences.

“She has now been dealt with by officers.”

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