A former employee at a Kroger store in north Georgia is accused of scamming the supermarket chain out of nearly $1 million.
Gwinnett County police say Tre Brown, 19, created more than 40 returns for $980,000 worth of non-existent items, and spread the refunds out over several different credit cards.
The refunds ranged from $75 to more than $87,000, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Corporate employees tipped off law enforcement officers after they noticed the fraudulent transactions while the employee who normally flags unusual transactions was on vacation.
Brown used his ill-gotten proceeds to buy clothes, sneakers, shotguns, and two cars.
Police say the Atlanta teenager had just bought a brand new Chevrolet Camaro when he was arrested Thursday. He has since been released from hail on $11,200 bond, CBS News reported.
Police say a "large sum of money" was returned to Kroger following the arrest.