The hacker who stole $4 million in Bitcoin last month from a Target store in Illinois has now made off with about $100,000 more, according to the Illinois Cyber Crime Task Force.
The theft, which occurred early on November 25, is being investigated by the Illinois State Police Cyber Crime Unit.
The victim has not been identified.
In a news release, the Cyber Crime task force said the thefts took place between November 27 and December 2 at the Target at 4111 South Michigan Avenue.
The suspects used “cyber-enabled” malware to steal more than $4,800, according the release.
It did not say how much the thief used.
The Cyber Crime unit said it does not yet know the identity of the victims.
The thieves used the code “bkx5jx3” to access the victims account and used a USB drive to transfer the money to another account in a second state.
The thieves are still at large.
Target announced the security breach on November 28, saying hackers had stolen more than 7 million bitcoins, valued at $3.2 billion, from a bitcoin wallet.