ROCKLAND, N.Y. -- A car salesman who has worked at the Rockland Nissan dealership in Blauvelt for five years, is accused of stealing customers’ identities after opening credit card accounts in their names, according to News 12.
Police say John Pagliaroli of Blauvelt opened two credit card accounts using the personal information of customers and then allegedly used the cards to buy more than $3,000 in items, said News 12.
Pagliaroli was charged with forgery, grand larceny and identity theft, police said.
Rockland Nissan general manager Tim Okeefe says he fired Pagliaroli as soon as the theft was exposed, reported News 12.
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