Two jailed for forging cash card

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Two men who planned to make their own bank cash dispenser cards were both jailed for eight months. Anthony Lock, 31, of Carnforth, Lancashire, and Peter North, 41, of Windermere, aimed to take pounds 500,000 each from the National Westminster bank.

Bristol Crown Court was told they had discovered 70 of the 80 digits in the special code on the magnetic strip of the bank card. But when they asked a computer expert friend to help them 'crack' the remaining digits he told the police.