EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - Some Tri-State Dairy Queens are part of a security breach affecting hundreds of the restaurant chain's locations.
Company officials said the payment systems were breached by hackers sometime between August and September, affecting 395 stores nationwide.
DQ officials said the hackers may have gained access to customer names, credit and debit card numbers, and expiration dates. There's no evidence that social security numbers, card pin numbers or e-mail addresses were stolen.
In response to the data breach, Dairy Queen is offering customers free identity repair services.
According to the company website, the following Tri-State stores are affected:
- Boonville (809 W. Main)
- Jasper (606 W. 6th)
- Vincennes (103 N. 6th)
- Huntingburg (1404 N. Main)
- Evansville (5200 Division)
- Beaver Dam (1800 N. Main)
- Greenville (450 N. Main)
- Central City (201 S. 2nd)
- Owensboro (3224 New Hartford Road)
- Dawson Springs (15 Industrial Park)
- Fairfield (1204 W. Main)
Click here for a list of all locations impacted by the breach.