Plymouth: Gas station employee charged with stealing from customers

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A Plymouth gas station employee has been arrested on more than 50 charges for allegedly stealing money from customers.

23-year-old Patrick Leonard of Plymouth was arrested Wednesday on 27 charges of forgery of a document, 27 charges of uttering a false instrument and one charge of larceny over $250 by a single scheme.

Plymouth Police say that between August 31 and September 19th, Leonard double swiped customers’ credit cards and pocketed the cash.

Customers reported the double charges to the manager, who contacted police.

Police say they have contacted all the parties affected by the scheme.

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