Albertsons data breach in Washington, Idaho, Montana

SPOKANE, Wash. — A data breach that was reported at some Albertsons stores in early August impacted all the company’s grocery stores in Washington, Idaho and Montana.

KHQ-TV of Spokane reported Friday that fraud investigators determined that all the company’s stores in the three states were vulnerable to the breach.

Albertsons has said the breach involved customers who shopped in its stores between June 22 and July 17 this year.

Investigators say the information stolen includes debit and credit card information. They recommend looking through your credit card or bank statements to note any suspicious purchases.

KHQ says there is no evidence that the stolen information has been used.

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