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Wednesday, January 29, 2014
A Rapids-area man told Niagara County Sheriff's deputies on Tuesday that an unknown person used his identity to purchase two iphones and open an AT&T account in his name.

The complainant said that he had received a bill from AT&T for the amount of $274.05 for cell phone service from Jan. 18 to Feb. 18 and activation fee for the two phones. He told NCSO that he had contacted AT&T and was advised that the transaction was done at a Target store but was not told which store location.

AT&T had told the complainant that the unknown person provided a social security number, birth date, address and a non-valid New York license. AT&T's fraud department told the complainant that they would look into the incident.

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