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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Customers who shopped at one of the UPS stores in Tucson might be at risk for identity theft.

UPS announced today that card numbers, postal and email addresses could have been compromised in a massive security breach caused by a computer virus.

UPS says this could affect about 100,000 people across the country. In Tucson, the customers potentially affected are those who made a purchase between Jan. 26 and Aug. 11 at the store on W. Starr Pass Blvd. near the JW Marriot.

The store said there have not been reports of fraud related to the attack so far, but those who shopped there are advised to keep a close eye on bank statements and credit reports.

The three other locations affected in Arizona include one in Phoenix, Scottsdale and Goodyear.

For more on the affected locations, click here: www.theupsstore.com/security.

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