Cops: Man Stole From Bank Customers

Abraham Grigoryan (Photo from NCPD)
Abraham Grigoryan
(Photo from NCPD)

Nassau County Police arrested a California man today for withdrawing money using re-encoded credit cards in Roslyn, Roslyn Heights and Williston Park banks.

According to detectives, Abraham Grigoryan, 27 of La Crascenta, and two others (not yet arrested), used falsified credit/debit cards to withdraw money from Chase Bank customers at 1345 Old Northern Blvd., Roslyn; 138 Hillside Ave., Williston Park; and 425 Glen Cove Rd., Roslyn Heights.

Police said Grigoryan was in possession of four re-encoded credit/debit cards with account numbers belonging to Chase customers at the time of his arrest at 1:52 p.m. Grigoryan, acting in consort with others, has stolen in excess of $30,000 from victims’ accounts, authorities stated.

Grigoryan was charged with third-degree grand larceny, four counts of second-degree possession forged instrument and first-degree defraud.

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