Men charged after stolen credit cards used in Bankstown

Two men will face court today after police allege a stolen credit card was being used at an ATM in Bankstown yesterday, NSW Police say.

Just before 11pm yesterday, police received information there was fraudulent activity from an ATM at licensed premises in Bankstown.

Police attended and stopped the driver of a Mercedes sedan in a nearby carpark in Greenfield Parade. The car was searched and police allegedly located fraudulent cards and cash.

Police then went inside the licensed premises and arrested a 33-year-old man.

Both men were taken to Bankstown Police Station.

The 40-year-old driver was charged with goods in custody, possession of prescribed restricted substance, and disqualified driver.

The younger man, a 33-year-old, has been charged with eight counts of attempt dishonestly obtain financial advantage by deception and two counts of dishonestly obtain financial advantage.

Both men were refused bail to appear in Bankstown Local Court today.

/Public Release.