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Two charged with grand larceny after shopping with re-encoded credit cards at Macy's in Manhasset, police say

Zhaolong Wen, 25, left, and Jianhui Zhao, 30,

Zhaolong Wen, 25, left, and Jianhui Zhao, 30, both of Flushing, bought items using re-encoded credit cards between Aug. 7 and Sept. 9 at Macy's in Manhasset, causing a loss of $60,000 to Citibank, $20,000 to Discover and $39,000 to Macy's, according to police. Photo Credit: NCPD

Two Flushing men were arrested Thursday and arraigned on grand larceny charges after, Nassau police said, they used re-encoded credit cards to make purchases at Macy's in Manhasset.

Nassau Major Case Squad detectives said Zhaolong Wen, 25, of 120-11 28th Ave. and Jianhui Zhuo, 30, of 120-29 28th Ave. were arrested at Nassau County Court in Mineola while they were being arraigned in the court on unrelated charges.

Police said the men bought items using re-encoded credit cards between Aug. 7 and Sept. 9, causing a loss of $60,000 to Citibank, $20,000 to Discover and $39,000 to Macy's.

They were arraigned in First District Court in Hempstead on second- and third-degree grand larceny charges and are due back in court Monday, according to court records.

Their attorneys could not be reached for comment.

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