Man steals nearly $3,000 at Brooklyn, Queens ATMs with cloned bank card

Police are looking for a man who has allegedly been using a cloned bank card to steal nearly $3,000 so far. Investigators released surveillance video

Police have released surveillance video in hopes of

Police have released surveillance video in hopes of catching the suspect.

BROOKLYN - Police are looking for a man who has allegedly been using a cloned bank card to steal nearly $3,000 so far. 

Investigators released surveillance video of the suspect, who they say has used ATMs in Brooklyn and Queens. 

It all started at a Rite Aid in Queens on March 28 where cops say the man took out about $400. He then withdrew about $900 more from other locations in the vicinity of Woodside Avenue. 

The next day, the suspect withdrew more money at a pizzeria deli on Manhattan Avenue in Greenpoint.

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