LIMERICK TWP., Pa. (WPVI) -- Police in Montgomery County say one stolen credit card led them to a major counterfeit card ring.
Limerick Township police arrested three Reading men for using a stolen card at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets.
Detectives say the arrests led to the discovery of more than 40 counterfeit credit cards, at least 100 fraudulently obtained pre-paid debit cards, a credit card making machine, and blank magnetic tapes.
They also seized a laptop containing personal information from several victims.
The accused, Jose Rossario-Batista, Luis Grullon, and Diego Tollentino, are being held at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility
Stolen credit card leads to bust of counterfeit card ring