Debit and credit card theft at Calgary universities

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A man and a woman, both 22-years-old, are facing a total of 39 charges related to the thefts of multiple debit and credit cards at the University of Calgary, SAIT and Mount Royal University. Police believe some 50 cards were stolen over a three-month period and used roughly 300 times. Both are charged with multiple counts of theft under $5,000 and fraud under $5,000 and are scheduled to appear in court June 29. Police said more charges are pending.

Read the full article at CBC News