- Associated Press - Tuesday, October 28, 2014

CLEVELAND (AP) - More than a dozen people have reported unauthorized charges on their bank cards after paying to park in the garage below Cleveland City Hall.

City spokesman Dan Williams says 13 people have reported having their bank card accounts hacked and that police were trying to determine if the information of others was compromised. Everyone who has reported being hacked works in the nearby federal building in downtown Cleveland.

Williams says it hasn’t been determined how the breach occurred. He says the city will be working to ensure that it doesn’t happen again.



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