Hackers steal more than 600 gallons of fuel from Detroit gas station.
DETROIT – Detroit police are trying to determine who managed to hack into a local convenience store’s fueling system and make away with 600 gallons of gas during the middle of the day, reports Detroit’s Fox News station.
The well-planned crime took about 90 minutes from start to finish, and at least 10 vehicles were filled during the $1,800 heist.
According to the clerk on duty at the time of the theft, 10 customers drove into the station and fueled up during the crime. But the in-store fuel monitor was blank the entire time, and the system wouldn’t respond to input. All efforts to shut off the pumps from the point of sale failed.
Finally, the clerk used an “emergency kit”…
Source: NACS Daily