A Rosedale man who had templates to make counterfeit identification and credit cards on a laptop he took in for repairs was arraigned Friday, Nassau police said.

An employee at the computer repair store spotted the templates and alerted authorities, police said.

Routine virus scans and tests of Donovan Davey's Sony VAIO showed images of U.S. currency, blank drivers license for numerous states and templates for social security cards, credit cards and passports, police said. The laptop also had more than 250 stolen credit card numbers, police said.

Davey, 26, of 255-02 148th Dr., was arrested Thursday when he returned to the Garden City Sony Store to pick up his laptop, police said.

He was arraigned on two counts of second-degree possession of a forged instrument, possession of a forged device and second-degree unlawful possession of personal identification.

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