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Pair charged in ID theft

DA says proceeds may have been used for terror activities. An identity theft case in Farmingville led Suffolk police to a couple making fake credit cards with stolen account numbers in their Brooklyn apartment, officials announced Wednesday. Suffolk District Attorney Thomas Spota said it is possible the couple used the proceeds to fund terrorist activities because money was sent to accounts in Turkey and China. Police would not say why they suspect a terrorism link. But Spota said Wednesday night that information about the New York City subway system was found on the suspects’ computers. Full Story

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