"It was two days ago that the police came and talked to us about it, and then we were aware of it," manager
The police informed Liu at least 45 people had their credit card information compromised, and they expect more to file reports. She said the police also told her the transactions resulting in compromise took place
"I don't know if it's still being compromised, but those were the dates," Liu said. "Right now, we're taking check or cash. For (customers') own sakes, I don't want to take their credit cards for now."
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