Workers at Ohio healthcare facilities warned about credit card thieves

December 13, 2019

After two credit card thefts at Kettering Health Network facilities in Ohio, employees were earned to not leave purses and wallets unattended, according to an article on the WHIO website.

The thefts were at Sycamore Medical Center in Miamisburg and a facility in Huber Heights. In both cases, only staff areas were affected.

Kettering Health Network has been in contact with area law enforcement offices and believes the thefts could be part of a possible crime ring.

A credit card theft also was reported at Cardiologist Specialists of Dayton in Washington Twp. on Nov. 11, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

Read the article.



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