The personal information of some customers of the Vestal UPS Store may have been stolen.

United Parcel Service says a data breach could have compromised information of people who used the store on the Vestal Parkway.

The company says people who made transactions at that location between April 29 and August 11 could be affected.

The Vestal unit is one of 51 UPS Store locations believed to have been targeted by a malware intrusion.

UPS says it recently was informed of the problem through a government bulletin.

Customer information that may have been stolen includes names, postal addresses, email addresses and payment card information.

UPS reported it had no evidence of fraud linked to the data theft.

The company said it will offer identity protection and credit monitoring services to affected customers. Information about the services is available on the UPS website.

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