An employee at a Burger King restaurant in Hamilton, Ohio on Sunday was caught taking photos of a customer's debit card in another instance of a growing number of identity thefts perpetrated at fast-food drive-thrus.

Surprisingly, no charges were filed against the employee at this time. Burger King has so far not commented on this issue.

The employee was caught by Trisha Ryan, a Burger King customer, taking photos of her debit card she used to pay for her lunch at the chain's drive-thru. Ryan said she saw this employee taking a picture of her debit card.

“I saw him grab his phone, line it up, hover it over something on the counter, took a picture, then he did some more handwork and then he took another picture and gave me my receipt,” said Ryan to WKRC Local 12 TV station.

“So I said, ‘Hey, I just saw you take a picture of my card.’ He’s like, ‘No, I didn’t,’ and he continued to argue with me.”

Ryan complained to the store manager, who took the employee's phone and discovered numerous photos of debit cards from other customers. The manager called 911.

The phone has been turned over to the Hamilton Police Department for investigation. No charges have been filed at this time, said Q13 Fox news. Ryan canceled her debit card as a precaution.

This incident in Ohio is another example where a fast-food employee assigned to a company's drive-thru counter has been caught taking photos of customer debit or credit card and then using the card’s details to make fraudulent purchases.

Burger king A branch of Burger King is pictured in Bath, England, Feb. 19, 2018. Photo: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

In Atlanta, Georgia last January, a Wendy’s employee was fired after she was caught on the store's surveillance video taking pictures of customers’ debit and credit cards. The cashier was accused of doing this to eight customers.

The Atlanta Police Department investigated the employee after customer Angelo Marrero called them to report his debit card was used to fraudulently purchase items at a women’s clothing store.

Marrero told WSB-TV Channel 2 he used the debit card to pay for his meal at the restaurant’s drive-thru. He said he became suspicious when the cashier took a long time to return his card.

“I noticed that when she gave it back to me, she gave it back to me on the reverse side, and she was looking at the security code,” he said.

He received a call from his bank two hours later reporting a possible fraudulent purchase at a women’s clothing store.

“I put two and two together,” Marrero said. “I said it has to be her because, for one, I saw her looking at the security code, and two, the address on this receipt is two or three miles away (from the Wendy’s).”

The employee was fired but it isn't known if she was arrested because of this.