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Police: Man Tried to Buy Maserati With Stolen Credit Cards, Fake IDs

Fairfax County Police arrested a man for allegedly trying to buy a Maserati in Tysons using fake IDs and stolen credit cards.

The incident happened Thursday (May 28) morning at the Imperial Highline of Tysons (8201 Leesburg Pike).

Police said that the 27-year-old man who lives in D.C. had stolen credit cards and fictitious identifications.

Police charged him with five counts of credit card larceny, possession of a fictitious driver’s license, falsely identify self to law enforcement and obscure/alter a vehicle identification number.

Photo by Thomas Allsop on Unsplash

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