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‘Lego Booster’ Accused of Swiping $3,000 in Toys

A Port Orange, Florida, man with a penchant for Legos may have started Christmas shopping early this year. Instead of waiting for Black Friday door busters, deputies said he relied on the five-finger discount. They nicknamed him the “Lego Booster” because of his penchant for stealing boxed sets of the popular toy.

Sean Dunlop, 30, of 110 Dolphin Fleet Circle, was arrested this week amid reports he swiped nearly $3,000 worth of premium Lego collectibles and video games from retailers in Flagler and Volusia counties between August and October.

Dunlop was booked into the Flagler County jail on Monday and charged with grand theft in connection with a Sept. 9 incident during which he stole $910 worth of “high-priced” Lego boxed sets from the Target at 5100 E. State Road 100 in Palm Coast, according to a Flagler County Sheriff’s Office report… Ocala Star Banner

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