A man with a scar on his face robbed the bank inside a Schnucks supermarket in Overland Wednesday.
A customer returned a package of ground beef containing pieces of black display paper to Schnucks Sunday evening.
In a tweet shortly after six o’clock Tuesday morning, the mayor pointed out that Schnuck Markets “remains the largest grocer in the city.”
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Schnucks says just the card numbers and expiration dates were stolen, not the cardholder’s name, address or anything else.
Schnucks has been hit with its first class-action lawsuit accusing the grocery store chain of not warning customers about a security breach.
“At this early stage of the investigation, Midwest BankCentre knows of 109 loan applicants who have had personal information exposed”
Even though the supermarket chain has “found and contained” the issue, Montgomery Bank CEO Ken Witbrodt says the threat is not over.
The supermarket chain says a computer forensic firm found evidence of computer code that would capture the magnetic stripe data on the back of payment cards.
Twitter Security Engineer Charlie Miller says all it takes is one hacker to get into a database once to send vital information to criminals.