Bay Area Chipotle restaurants affected by security breach

- Chipotle Mexican Grill says there was a security breach that affected more than 15 Tampa Bay area locations.

The chain identified malware that was trying to access payment card data at Chipotle Restaurants between March 24 and April 18.

The data includes cardholders' names, card numbers, expiration dates and verification codes, information on the magnetic strip that's processed in the point of sale device. 

Chipotle urges customers who may have paid by debit or credit card between those dates to check their bank statements and account information to look for any fraudulent activity or unauthorized charges.

Anyone with questions can call 888-738-0534.

The malware has since been removed.

The following Tampa area locations that were affected are listed below. Click here for a complete list from other areas of the U.S. 

7002 Gunn Highway 33625 3/26/2017-4/8/2017
533 S. Howard Ave. 33606 3/25/2017-4/18/2017
3696 West Gandy Boulevard 33611 3/27/2017-4/8/2017
309 N. Westshore Blvd 33609 3/24/2017-4/18/2017
2576 E. Fowler Ave. 33612 3/25/2017-4/18/2017
2223 North West Shore Boulevard, Suite FC 204 33607 3/27/2017-4/18/2017
2011 North Dale Mabry Hwy 33607 3/27/2017-4/18/2017
18019 Highwoods Preserve Parkway 33647 3/27/2017-4/18/2017
12827 North Dale Mabry Hwy. 33618 3/25/2017-4/18/2017

5360 East Bay Drive 33764 3/27/2017-4/18/2017
2662 Gulf to Bay Blvd 33759 3/25/2017-4/18/2017
2537 Countryside Blvd 33761 4/2/2017-4/18/2017

780 4th Street North 33701 3/25/2017-4/18/2017
3540 4th Street North 33704 3/27/2017-4/18/2017
1418 66th Street North 33710 3/24/2017-4/18/2017

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