Macy's employee arrested for selling stolen furniture

February 2003
Furniture/Today;2/17/2003, Vol. 27 Issue 24, p83
Trade Publication
Reports on the arrest of Charles A. Hughes III for allegedly selling stolen furniture through the online auction house eBay in Roseville, California. Reference to furniture sold from Hughes' former employer Macy's Furniture; Details of the sting operation by police; Value of the stolen items found in Hughes' house.


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