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Theft Suspect Accused of Using Fake Purchase Orders

Theft Suspect Accused of Using Fake Purchase Orders



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(KSL News) Salt Lake City Police have arrested a man they believe stole more than $25,000 worth of computer equipment.

Investigators believe Michael Dix used fake purchase orders to steal the equipment.

As part of his act to convince store clerks the purchase orders were real, police say he hired a limousine to drive him around.

The store discovered that the purchase orders were fake. Dix was arrested when he returned to the store to pick up more equipment.

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