Debit card information may have been stolen from Aldi grocery store customers in Atlanta, the company said.
In a press release issued Friday, the chain said card readers at some Aldi stores have been tampered with, enabling unauthorized individuals to capture a customer's name, account number and PIN number. The theft of information occurred in June and August.
Aldi does not accept credit card payments, but customers may use debit cards and EBT cards.
There are about 20 Aldi locations in Atlanta. Stores in 10 other states are believed to be affected.
The crime is being investigated by federal law enforcement agencies.
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