NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Wendy's says the 1,025 U.S. restaurants where hackers stole credit and debit card information don't include any in Mississippi, but included one in Louisiana, 17 in Alabama and 39 in Georgia.
Checks on the website set up for customers to find affected restaurants showed the Louisiana breach affected customers from Jan. 13 through June 10 in Lake Charles at 3505 Gerstner Memorial Drive.
In Georgia, the hackers struck outlets in 31 cities and towns. There were three restaurants each in Dalton, Dublin and Savannah; two each in Athens and Bethlehem, and one each in Blairesville, Blue Ridge, Byron, Calhoun, Chatsworth, Clarkesville, Cleveland, Cochran, Cornelia, Dahlonega, Ellijay, Fort Oglethorpe, Gainesville, Greensboro, Hinesville, Jasper, Milledgeville, Pooler, Rome, Sandersville, Statesboro, Thomastown, Thomson, Toccoa, Trenton and Vidalia.
Alabama restaurants include five in Huntsville; two in Madison, and one each in Cullman, Decatur, Evergreen, Greenville, Guntersville, Jasper, Mobile, Rainsville, Scottsboro and Selma.