A Taco Bell employee at a branch in Oregon, Ohio has been accused of cheating and making fraudulent charges on multiple customers’ credit cards, the Oregon Police Department has said.
Trevell Mosby, 19, was arrested on September 6 after multiple customers reported fraudulent purchases were made on their cards after they visited Taco Bell on Navarre Avenue in the city, according to the Lucas County Sheriff's Office. Police records show that Mosby was arrested for theft and identity fraud.
Victims still being identified
Assistant Chief of Police Ryan Spangler told USA TODAY that an investigation into this case is ongoing, as "numerous additional victims are still being identified".
The police division had earlier requested those affected to file a police report with a copy of their bank statement indicating the fraudulent charges.
Spangler said that detectives will be meeting with the Lucas County Common Pleas Court Prosecutor’s office in the coming days to discuss felony criminal charges in this case.
Meanwhile, Taco Bell in a statement to USA TODAY, said that the company takes "customer privacy seriously".
"We take customer privacy seriously. This is against our policies and the restaurant team is cooperating with authorities in their investigation," said the statement.
Dozens of victims shared their experience of being frauded by Mosby in a Facebook group for Oregon residents. The total number of fraudulent transactions and total amount stolen has not yet been determined.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Ohio Taco Bell employee arrested in customer credit card theft probe