SOUTH BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Police say a South Buffalo man was selling merchandise he ripped off from Walmart.
Authorities say Richard Roehm of South Buffalo worked as a loss prevention agent at the Walmart in Clarence. Police say the 29-year-old made several purchases at the Walmart in Hamburg using false pricing bar codes so that he would be charged less for the item. Roehm would allegedly then sell the merchandise on Craigslist.
State Police say they arrested Roehm after he sold troopers an item from his South Buffalo home that he had ripped off from the store.
Roehm is due in Hamburg Town Court on September 4th.
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