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Wanted man accused in tree-cutting scam

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Gwinnett County Police detectives are searching for a tree cutter accused of scamming 14 victims, several of them in their 70s and 80s. Police say Andrew Mosley would take half or full payment and never complete the jobs. Last October, Better Call Harry profiled one of the homeowners who lost $1,500. Harry follows up on the story.

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