The Williamsburg Police Department is investigating a rash of debit card fraud cases in the area. Police say the cases were all reported in a 24 to 48 hour time period. Investigators say they think this is the work of a larger organization that targets local businesses along major interstates. Authorities believe thieves used a skimmer device easily placed over a point of sales machine. This device captures card information and pin numbers when a card is swiped. The thieves then come back and remove the device. Within that device is an SD card that stores all the video images of the transactions. The thieves are then able to take that information and quickly start making withdrawals from those accounts. Officers are going through hours of video footage to try to figure out when the skimmer was put in place and who the suspect or suspects are. Of the nearly 100 victims, two of police officers have had money stolen as well as the mayor of Williamsburg. Police recommend using debit cards as credit cards to protect personal financial information and use cash whenever possible.