A 20-year-old waitress at a Washington state Red Robin has beenarrested for alleged credit card skimming and King Countyauthorities give credit to BECU, the $11.5 billion institution in Tukwila, Wash., for theinformation that broke the case.

More than $16,000 in fraudulent activity apparently occurred inaccounts of eight BECU members and, in investigating the cases,BECU security determined that there was a single point ofcommonality, namely that all had dined at a Red Robin restaurant inDes Moines, Wash.

Todd Pietzch, a BECU spokesman, said that the credit union turnedthat information over to the sheriff's department, which narrowedthe cases down to a single waitress.

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