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Cops: Gwinnett teen stole from Kroger by ‘returning’ unsold lottery tickets – Atlanta Journal Constitution

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Gwinnett police began investigating Jan. 4 after an employee with Krogers loss prevention office called about the alleged theft, according to an incident report obtained by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Authorities said Brown was able to steal the money by entering a code allowing him to return lottery tickets that were never actually sold. He was then able to set the amount to be refunded and swipe his card to have the money deposited into his bank account, according to police.
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