Business Owner Accused of Stealing Worker’s Identity to Open Credit Lines

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SELINSGROVE -- A business owner is accused of stealing a worker's identity in Snyder County.

Police say Nathan Fisher who owns Vivace Music in Selinsgrove used a part-time worker's information to open lines of credit worth more than $40,000 for the business.

Fisher faces identity theft charges in Snyder County.


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