West Sacramento-based Raley's on Friday issued a statement saying that it continues to investigate a possible cyberattack on its computer systems earlier this year, but to date, no confirmation has been made.
Raley's said it wanted to update the public, but noted: "Raley's still is not aware of any evidence of unauthorized access to customer payment card data. And no part of any investigation indicates any debit PIN numbers could possibly have been compromised."
Raley's said its policy is not to store debit card personal identification numbers.
Raley's publicly disclosed the possibility of a cyberattack in early June after a credit card company notified the firm of "suspicious activity" in its payment transaction processes.
In its statement, Raley's said "we still have not discovered any evidence of unauthorized removal of information from Raley's payment card system.
The Raley's response team remains in place and can be reached at (800) 925-9989.
Call The Bee's Mark Glover, (916) 321-1184.