A US teenager on work experience at a local bank has been accused of using his job to commit credit card fraud over the internet.
The high school senior, working at a division of Chase Bank in Hicksville, New York used customers' credit card numbers to buy more than $30,000 of sneakers, sports jerseys and caps, according to police.
The student is facing charges of third-degree grand larceny and third-degree computer tampering, police said.
He apparently changed the addresses and telephone numbers on credit card accounts and then used the cards to make internet purchases.
Chase fraud investigators, responding to customer complaints, found the frauds.
Police would not say how many others are suspected, but detectives said the investigation is continuing.
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