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UPDATE: 2 Boys Arrested By St. Cloud Police In Fraud Scheme

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ST. CLOUD – An update to the fraud case that we told you about earlier this week.

St. Cloud police say they have arrested two juvenile boys in connection with multiple fraud/theft complaints that have taken place over the past several days.

In all there has been nine reports of teens attempting to get donations from businesses, then ask to use the bathroom, and instead steal cell phones and credit cards from employees.

Over $1,000 in merchandise has been bought with stolen credit cards, and they tried to buy another $200 but were denied.

The two that have been arrested are at 16-year-old boy from Waite Park and a 13-year-old boy from St. Cloud.

Both boys are being held in the Pairie Lakes Juvenile Detention Facility.

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