WEST SACRAMENTO (AP) — A Northern California supermarket chain is advising customers who used their credit or debit cards at any of its stores to check their statements, saying its computer network may have been the target of a cyberattack.
Raley's said on Thursday it has launched an investigation, and has so far not found any unauthorized access to payment card data.
West Sacramento-based Raley's has 128 stores in Northern California and northern Nevada that operate under the names Raley's, Bel Air Markets, Nob Hill Foods and Food Source. It also operates Aisle 1 Fuel Stations.
Spokeswoman Nicole Townsend told the Sacramento Bee a credit card company notified the chain of suspicious activity on May 30.