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California software executive accused of stealing Legos from Target stores

Thomas Langenbach is facing four felony counts of burglary for allegedly buying Legos with bogus bar codes and then selling the toys online for a profit. If convicted of the elaborate scheme, the 47-year-old could spend up to five years in prison.
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Thomas Langenbach is facing four felony counts of burglary for allegedly buying Legos with bogus bar codes and then selling the toys online for a profit. If convicted of the elaborate scheme, the 47-year-old could spend up to five years in prison.

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