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Georgia teen charged with stealing nearly $1 million from supermarket where he worked – CBS News

Authorities in suburban Atlanta say he fabricated more than 40 returns for non-existent items over a two-week span.

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Duluth, Georgia — A suburban Atlanta teenager has been arrested on charges that he defrauded a supermarket where he worked of nearly $1 million over a two-week period. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports 19-year-old Tre Brown was arrested Thursday by Gwinnett County detectives on charges of felony theft.
He was released from jail on $11,200 bail.
Gwinnett County police spokesman Corporal Collin Flynn said Brown stole more than $980,000 over two weeks in December and January by fabricating more…

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