The victims in the incident state that they bought two tickets for a total of $150 from the suspect and when they tried to use them at the gate were told the tickets were no good. Police located the suspect and he was arrested. The suspect, who was unkept in appearance and is unemployed, said he'd been approached by a man who promised he would buy him food if he'd help sell tickets. The suspect was unable to provide any further description of the man.
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