The Bordentown Township Police reported charges against three individuals of suspected fraudulent activities.
The announcement from police officials came on July 15 following reported incidents at approximately 6:46 p.m. on July 14 in the parking lot of the Bank of America on Route 130.
A sergeant of the township police department said he observed three individuals engaging in suspicious activity at the bank’s drive up ATM.
During the course of the stop, officers said they discovered that the temporary registration displayed on the group’s white Nissan Maxima was fictitious and a search of the vehicle was then conducted.
Police officials said this search then led to the seizure of 12 credit cards, which contained cloned data in their magnetic strips, a magnetic stripe swipe credit card encoding device, two forged checks and marijuana.
This group was announced to be in custody following the incident, according to police.
The subjects are identified as a male, 24, from Camden; a male, 33, from Willingboro; and a male, 32, from Elizabeth.
Police said all three suspects were charged with forgery, credit card fraud, falsely embossing credit cards and unlawful possession of a credit card re-encoding device.
The male from Elizabeth was also charged with possession of narcotics with intent to distribute after being found to possess eight vials of marijuana, according to police. Officials said the other two suspects were charged with possession of marijuana.
All three were lodged in the Burlington County Jail pending a detention hearing.