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UPDATE: Massive stolen credit card ring busted

Corey Davis. Photo Source: Tyler Police Department. Corey Davis. Photo Source: Tyler Police Department.
Nathan Michael. Photo Source: Tyler Police Department. Nathan Michael. Photo Source: Tyler Police Department.
Christopher Michael. Photo Source: Tyler Police Department. Christopher Michael. Photo Source: Tyler Police Department.
Elizabeth Pickrell. Photo Source: Tyler Police Department. Elizabeth Pickrell. Photo Source: Tyler Police Department.

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Four people are accused of running a massive stolen credit card ring in east Texas.

The four suspects in this case have been indicted by a federal Grand Jury. They are: Nathan Paul Michael, Christopher Scott Michael, Elizabeth Ann Pickrell and Corey Lee Davis.

Tyler Police Chief Gary Swindle says Pickrell stole more than 500 credit card numbers while working at the Chicken Express restaurant on Old Jacksonville Hwy.

Those numbers would then be assigned to fraudulent credit cards and used throughout East Texas and the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Nathan Paul Michael is still wanted. Authorities say he is driving a 2000 black Escalade, license plate number FKS 582.

Pickrell has bonded out of jail, Christopher Michael and Corey Davis are still in police custody.

If you believe your credit card number was stolen at this restaurant, e-mail us with your story and contact information at news@kltv.com.

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