Police: Over $4,000 worth of stolen items fraudulently returned to Easton store; one charged

A man was arrested after police say he was involved in a theft incident at an Easton auto parts store. 

The Easton Police Department says on Thursday, officers responded to Advanced Auto Parts in reference to an internal theft by an employee. Officers say they were informed that asset protection personnel had been investigating return frauds totaling over $4,000.

According to the report, 20-year-old Brian Marrero, of Hurlock, stole items from the store and the items were fraudulently returned.

Marrero was arrested and charged with theft $1,500 to under $25,000 and theft scheme $1,500 to under $25,000.

He was later released on personal recognizance.

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