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Watch your back if recently you filled up at the Seller’s Brothers Valero Convenience store in Pasadena.

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Earlier this week, authorities found seven skimming devices inside pump keypads.

Pasadena police said the devices were discovered after a store manager put in a work order for a keypad repair.

Investigators found a total of seven different pumps affected at the store at 10990 Red Bluff Road at Bay Area Blvd.

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Because it is unknown how long the devices were potentially stealing customers’ information, authorities caution patrons who gassed up at the store to contact their credit card companies and banks.

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