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Cybersecurity Expert Reveals How $13,000 of Fuel Was Stolen from Virginia Gas Station

Officers said the individuals used a remote device to hack the pump and steal over 400 gallons of fuel in the span of a few hours.

Virginia Beach Police are investigating an incident where people reportedly hacked into a gas station pump and stole more than $13,600 worth of gas. Two men have been charged in connection with the crime.

Police said it happened at the CITGO gas station on 1405 North Great Neck Road in Virginia Beach.

Officers said the individuals used a remote device to hack the pump and steal over 400 gallons of fuel in the span of a few hours. The devices allowed them to bypass the computer and not register the sale.

Read more at WTVR

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