Peterborough man accused of using stolen bank card at convenience store

Transaction fees divided up between banks, credit unions and credit card companies are being cut.
A Peterborough man is accused of using a stolen bank card at a convenience store in January. CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz

Police have arrested and charged a Peterborough man after an allegedly stolen bank card was used at a convenience store last month.

Police say a purse containing bank cards was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked at a Western Avenue home in Peterborough sometime overnight between Jan. 13-14.

READ MORE: Peterborough pharmacy robber sentenced to four years in prison

Read next: A new look at high fidelity music: The rise of Dolby ATMOS and Spatial Audio

The investigation revealed one of the bank cards was used on two occasions on Jan. 14 at a convenience store.

Police eventually identified a suspect and located him in the area of Charlotte Street on Saturday.

Carl James Hubbell, 48, of Murray Street, was arrested and charged with use of a credit card, possession of property obtained by crime and failure to comply with a probation order.

Story continues below advertisement

He was released from custody and is scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 27.

Sponsored content