Teenager 'stole nearly $1million from Kroger store'

Teenage Kroger employee 'stole nearly $1million from the store': Georgia man is accused of cashing in fake receipts before buying guns and cars with the money Tre Brown, 19, is accused of pocketing $980,000 by 'returning' fictitious items He is alleged to have made more than 40 fake transactions in space of two weeks Investigators claim he used the money to buy two cars, one of which he crashed

By Tim Stickings For Mailonline

Published: 08:52 GMT, 22 January 2021 | Updated: 09:39 GMT, 22 January 2021

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Tre Brown, pictured, is accused of scamming a Kroger store out of nearly $1million

Tre Brown, pictured, is accused of scamming a Kroger store out of nearly $1million 

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A teenager got a job at a Kroger store and stole nearly $1million in the space of two weeks before using it to buy clothes, guns and cars, police say. 

Tre Brown, 19, is accused of pocketing around $980,000 by pretending to cash in returned items which investigators claim had never existed. 

Kroger employees noticed the alleged scam and Brown was arrested after crashing one of the two vehicles which authorities say he had bought with the money. 

Detectives in Gwinnett County, Georgia claim that Brown made more than 40 fake

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