The man "bought" dozens of items for the home.

A Florida Man stole a credit card, rented a U-Haul, and went on a buying spree at Home Depot.

Modern problems require modern solutions.

That’s why Florida man used his noodle (and a stolen credit card) to upgrade his home. While the man has not been identified, police have posted a picture of the suspect in the case.

According to Tampa FP, back in July, they say the man in the photos used a stolen credit card to rent a truck and go on a shopping spree of epic proportions in a Home Depot, spending approximately $10,000 along the way. When the spending frenzy was over, the man had “bought” everything from electronic doorbells to a generator and a refrigerator.

The man was able to leave the business in a rented U-Haul truck and remains at large.


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