Police: Man used stolen info to buy new iPhone in the Bronx

A man is accused of fraudulently using a woman's information to buy a new iPhone 7 and other electronics from a T-Mobile store in the Bronx.



The incident happened on Nov. 14 inside the T-Mobile store on 3rd Avenue in Melrose.



Police say the man walked into the store and used a 25-year-old woman's personal information to purchase the iPhone and various other electronics from the store. 



He is now wanted in connection to a grand larceny.



Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.


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