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Louisville man accused of iPod thefts

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Robert Lamont Green (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections) Robert Lamont Green (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville man is accused of stealing five iPods with a total worth of over $1,000 from his employer.

According to the arrest warrant, employees of Print Fulfillment suspected 36-year-old Robert Green had taken the iPods because he was seen inside the business during a time he was not scheduled to work.

One witness allegedly saw Green trying to sell iPods in the parking lot of a convenience store. He told his girlfriend, who works at Print Fulfillment, and she notified the company.

Police were called and a report was filed; during subsequent investigation, police learned that Green allegedly sold two of the stolen iPods on Dec. 9 and Dec. 11 at Dan's Cash America on Broadway and Dan's Cash America on Dixie Highway.

The value of the stolen iPods was estimated at $1,500.

Green was arrested and charged with theft.

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