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UFC Bookstore Employee Stole $20,000 Worth Of Textbooks
Published: October 21, 2017 | | 6850 Clicks
A University of Central Florida bookstore employee stole dozens of textbooks worth more than $20,000 combined and then sold the stolen goods to a competing bookstore, the UCF Police Department said.

Jose Roberto Alonzo, 39, told police he first began stealing textbooks from UCF Barnes and Noble College in 2009. He said that on several occasions, he would hide a book inside his shirt and leave the store without paying, according to the arrest affidavit.

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