Two Romanian nationals were charged for their alleged roles in an ATM-skimming scheme based in Greenwich and Stamford, the U.S. Attorney's Office announced Wednesday.
Marian Caraivan, 42, and Mustafa Timur, 34, were indicted on March 19, 2012, but have been in custody in New York since Aug. 14, 2011, authorities said.
The two entered not guilty pleas regarding the charges that they and other co-conspirators attached ATM skimming devices at three JP Morgan Chase Bank locations in Greenwich and Stamford, reported the attorney's office.
They also places pinhole cameras at the locations to record users personal information, authorities said.
The U.S. Attorney's Office alleges the defendents compromised approximately $72,000 from more than 100 customers.
Caraivan and Timur both face charges of conspiracy, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft.