39-year-old Balerio Torres and another man were arrested in connection with installing skimming devices on a Chase Bank ATM southwest of the city, police said Feb. 10.

Torres faces 29 counts of illegal use of a skimming device, 29 counts of identity theft and one count of aggravated identity theft, said Deputy Ryan Inglett, a Pima County Sheriff's Department spokesman.

Torres was also arrested by Tucson police earlier in the week in connection with a suspected scheme to attach skimming devices to an ATM.

Tucson police detectives working on a tip from the Pima County Sheriff's Department surveilled an ATM on West Grant Road, along with with agents from the U.S. Secret Service and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

As a result of the Tucson police investigation, Torres was charged with five felonies, including fraudulent schemes, taking the identity of another person, computer tampering, and unlawful possession or use of a scanning device.