BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Chick-fil-A could be the latest victim of a data breach.

The fast food chain learned recently that there was unusual activity involving credit cards at a few restaurants.

Chick-fil-A is working law enforcement and cyber security experts to determine if there was a breach.

If so, customers will not be responsible for fraudulent charges on their accounts.

In a statement they said:

“We want to assure our customers we are working hard to investigate these events and will share additional facts as we are able to do so. If the investigation reveals that a breach has occurred, customers will not be liable for any fraudulent charges to their accounts — any fraudulent charges will be the responsibility of either Chick-fil-A or the bank that issued the card.  If our customers are impacted, we will arrange for free identity protection services, including credit monitoring.”

Although the chain was closed for New Years Day, they are open Friday and can take calls from concerned customers.

Customers may call 855-398-6439 for additional support or information.

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