Olathe man sentenced for $275,000 theft from store where he work - KCTV5

Olathe man sentenced for $275,000 theft from store where he worked

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An Olathe man who admitted he stole more than $275,000 in merchandise from a store where he worked. (KCTV5) An Olathe man who admitted he stole more than $275,000 in merchandise from a store where he worked. (KCTV5)
KANSAS CITY, KS (AP) -

An Olathe man who admitted he stole more than $275,000 in merchandise from a store where he worked.

Federal prosecutors say Craig Sullivan was sentenced Monday for wire fraud. He also was ordered to pay full restitution.

In his plea, Sullivan admitted he stole the items — primarily Garmin GPS devices — while working for Garry Gribble's Running Sports, which has five locations in the Kansas City area. Sullivan oversaw merchandise arriving at the main store in Overland Park and distribution to the other locations.

Sullivan said he sold the items to a buyer in California via Craigslist. The buyer used PayPal to send Sullivan 51 payments totaling $275,780.

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