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A church youth group is ripped off by a customer who purchased $60 worth of fireworks at their fundraising stand in redmond Sunday night. Assembly of God teens were manning a fireworks stand in the Wal-Mart parking lot and were not aware that the three $20 bills were fake; but an adult noticed when he counted the money at the end of the day. Youth Pastor Jeremy Hocker told our news partner, News Channel 21 that it was disappointing, because the kids are working to go to summer camp, and they didn't believe that anyone would steal from them. Redmond Police are investigating the crime.

 

 

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