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    • CommentTimeFeb 5th 2016
    MILTON, Ga. – A 20-year-old Gainesville resident was arrested Jan. 21 after allegedly swapping boxes holding items so he could pay a lower price for an expensive item.  
    Employees of Fry’s Electronics in Milton said they spotted the young man select a Pioneer Digital Receiver car stereo, valued at $130, and a $30 MPS car radio. He then swapped the merchandise, putting the more expensive item into the cheaper model’s box. He put the less-expensive item back on the shelf and bought the more expensive item (now in the cheap box with a lower price tag).  
    He was stopped as he left the store and claimed he was unaware of the switch and that the models looked similar. Police say they do not look similar.  
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