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Police: NY woman stole 800 Lego sets worth $60,000

Police: NY woman stole 800 Lego sets worth $60,000

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) — A New York woman is charged with stealing 800 Lego sets worth almost $60,000 and trying to sell them on eBay.

Gloria Haas, of Island Park, was arraigned Friday on charges of grand larceny.

Nassau County detectives say the 53-year-old woman lifted the toy sets from a storage facility in Island Rock and took them to anther storage facility in Rockville Centre.

Authorities say Haas was trying to sell the sets on eBay.

Information on an attorney for Haas wasn't available. A phone number listed for her address was not in service.


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