An undercover investigation busted two men accused of making phony Craigslist ads for iPads and cell phones.
Michael Stetson and Harry Lofland arranged to meet a buyer at the McDonald's on Loveland Madeira Road, according to court documents. After receiving $250 in cash for an iPad, the men fled the scene.
The men are each charged with theft and. Stetson also faces a telecommunications fraud charged.
Loveland Police say more victims of the scam could be out there. If you have been a victim, the division asks you call them at 513-583-3000.
Officials warn to always be cautious of products for sale at greatly reduced prices.
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