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Georgia man allegedly scams nearly $1M from grocery store – New York Post

When this enterprising teen got a job at a Georgia Kroger, he got right to work – scamming nearly $1 million from the store during the two weeks he worked there,…

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When this enterprising teen got a job at a Georgia Kroger, he got right to work scamming nearly $1 million from the store during the two weeks he worked there, according to police.
Police in Gwinnett County said 19-year-old Tre Brown scammed more than $980,000 from the Duluth, Georgia, grocery store where he worked in December and January.
Brown created more than 40 returns for non-existent items and put them on credit cards, police said. The returns ranged in price from $75 to more than $87,000.

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