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Police in Florida are looking for a suspect with a lengthy criminal history who they say walked into a Largo pet store last month disguised as a woman and used a stolen credit to buy a French bulldog puppy worth thousands of dollars.
According to a statement from the Largo Police Department, on October 2, 29-year-old Bryant Farfan entered the All About Puppies store at 7190 Ulmerton Road.
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There, he picked out a four-month-old fawn-colored female French bulldog and presented the store clerk a stolen driver’s license and credit card to purchase the pooch for $4,000.
Farfan, who was still at large on Thursday, faces charges of grand theft and identity theft, reported ABC News.
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Employees at the Largo pet store said Farfan 'falsified adoption records' and gave them misleading information about the puppy’s future home, according to police.
Surveillance video from inside the business that was released by police in an effort to catch the thief shows Farfan sporting shoulder-length hair, makeup, a...
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