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Woman claims KFC employee took photo of her debit card, went on shopping spree

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. -- A quick spin through the KFC drive-thru on W. Broad St. in Henrico last Friday left a woman, who asked to remain anonymous for her safety, with no money left on her debit card a couple of hours later. "I said there is no way it could be zero," the woman said. She quickly realized someone stole her card number and went shopping. "It was only $50 some dollars.
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