Bank account numbers and name are linked to a series of bank robberies in British Columbia.
RCMP have said they are aware of more than 1,000 credit card numbers linked to the offences.
The numbers have also been linked to three robberies in the province.
Police have said the suspects, who have yet to be identified, stole money from people in the Downtown Eastside, in the area around the Bank of Montreal, in Langley and in the Eastwood area of Vancouver.
CBC News has been unable to reach the bank directly for comment.
A suspect in one of the robberies was identified by a bank employee and RCMP said in a release that the person who provided the information was also a suspect in a second robbery.
The suspect in the third robbery, which happened last month, is a 29-year-old man from Victoria, RCMP said.
“These individuals are individuals that we know are connected to other crimes,” RCMP said on Twitter.
It’s unclear how many people were targeted.
A spokesperson for the bank said the bank is still in the process of identifying and contacting all of the victims and witnesses, and is working with law enforcement and the BC RCMP to identify the individuals.