PRESCOTT, AZ - Northern Arizona authorities say they've arrested a Prescott man on multiple theft-related charges.
Prescott police say 24-year-old Zachary Boyd is being held on suspicion of felony shoplifting, trafficking in stolen property and possession of stolen property.
Police say they identified Boyd as a suspect in repeated thefts at a Walmart.
They claim that he stole a computer from the store after posing as a vendor in November and then sold it to a pawn shop.
Authorities say Boyd allegedly also stole a Play Station 3 with games, a heater and several other items.
Police officers and store security say they used video surveillance to link Boyd to the crimes.
They say Boyd was arrested Wednesday after being caught stealing from the same store.
It's unclear if he has a lawyer.
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