Another suspect on April 9 pleaded guilty to an interstate ATM-skimming conspiracy that stole payment card data from customers and members of 11 banks and credit unions, including American Eagle Federal Credit Union, and created counterfeit cards to steal more than $335,000.

Ahmet Cilek, 42, a Turkish national, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft. Cilek and others conspired to install skimming devices on ATMs in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The devices were able to capture the information encoded on the magnetic stripes of payment cards used by ATM customers.

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