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      Local Target shoppers react to news of security breach

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      A major data breach at a popular retailer during the Christmas shopping season has lots of people right here in our area on edge.

      Retailer Target is now in damage control after millions of customers credit and debit cards numbers were stolen.

      People across the country, and in our area are checking their statements. WNWO talked to some shoppers who are split on whether the security breach is a big deal.

      "Scary, just you don't know who is going to get your credit card or any of your information," explains Kim Aldrich about news of the security breach. However, shopper Shari Stoner describes the security issues as a sign of our times, "I think it's sort of inevitable."

      Target says the issue has been resolved. The retailer and the secret service is investigating how the breach happened. Target posted answers to questions customers may have for more information.