DUNWOODY, Ga. — A Dunwoody man called police Sept. 27 after he noticed several instances of suspicious activity on his accounts.

On Sept. 23, the man was alerted to a fraudulent $1,300 Apple purchase on his debit card. The order was delivered to Ohio.

The man then received a notification from Facebook about an unknown device in Missouri attempting to log into his Facebook account.

While looking into the issue, the man found an article about a recent Door Dash data breech. He told police he frequently uses the company for food delivery.

Police advised the man to change all of his passwords, cancel his debit card, dispute the fraudulent charges and monitor his credit score.

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