- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 21, 2016

DOVER, Del. (AP) - Dover police are urging people who’ve shopped at the Sears and Best Buy in the city to check their credit card statements after a man who worked at both stores was charged with credit card fraud.

Police say 22-year-old Jonathan Williams stole credit card and personal information from customers around the country and using it to make fraudulent purchases.

Williams remains at large and has been charged in a warrant. Police say they arrested two other people who were involved in the scheme with him. Police searched an apartment in the city and found a trove of materials used to make duplicate and fraudulent credit cards and state ID cards.

Police say they don’t know yet how many people had their information stolen.

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