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Police say delivery service employee made unauthorized charges on customer’s cards

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Police officials in the Wyoming community of Rock Springs have announced that several victims have reported unauthorized use of their credit cards, after using them with a local home delivery service.

The Rock Springs PD said on social media Tuesday, that they’ve received multiple reports over several weeks of unauthorized credit card use from a Rock Springs-based business.

“Over the past several weeks, multiple victims have reported unauthorized charges to their credit cards due to an employee of Go Gal Delivery unlawfully using the customer’s credit cards then transferring the money to her personal account,” The Rock Springs PD said. They further advised that the person is no longer employed with Go Gal Delivery, a Rock Springs local delivery service.

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RSPD is asking anyone in the Rock Springs area that has used the Go Gal Delivery service to check their accounts for any possible unauthorized used.

Persons who believe they may have been a victim can contact, the Rock Springs PD at 307-352-1575. Officials ask potential victims to reference case number “R20-27935.”