India, Feb. 12 -- A sales manager employed with a fast food outlet at Noida's Great India Place mall was arrested Monday for allegedly stealing data of debit and credit cards and selling them to a buyer who would then clone the cards.

An electronic device allegedly being used in the operation was recovered from him.

The suspect, Sumit, who was identified only by his first name, is from Bulandshahr. According to police officials, Sumit, who is in his early twenties, works as a sales manager with an outlet of a fast food chain located inside the mall at Sector 38A.

"According to him, he has been working there since December, 2018 at this post. Prima facie, it seems he used an electronic device for stealing data of customers who used ATM ...