Yuma man arrested for credit card fraud

Yuma man arrested for credit card fraud

Nasser Alwan Nasser Alwan

YUMA, AZ.- A man is behind bars accused of using customers' credit card numbers to pay his bills.

Yuma police arrested Nasser Alwan on Thursday after they begin investigating him in May.

YPD discovered Alwan had more than 20 different credit card numbers of A&A Market customers written down.

A search warrant was later done at the Yuma business located on the 500 block of W. 1st Street, along with the 41 year old's home, and that's where additional credit card numbers were found.

Police say Alwan had access to customers' credit card numbers during the time they made purchases at the market.

Alwan faces a long list of charges including theft and stolen identity.

He appeared in court Monday and remains in custody on $60,000 bond.

Police believe there may be more victims and are asking anyone with information to contact them or 78-Crime.

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