Police searching for men selling fake electronics

South San Francisco police are searching today for two men who fraudulently sold laptops and flat screen TV's to a city resident.

The victim was at a gas station in the 100 block of Gateway Boulevard when two men approached him and offered him the electronic merchandise, according to South San Francisco police. He paid $1,000 for three laptop computers and two flat screen televisions.

According to officials, the victim did not inspect the electronics when he bought the merchandise. When he arrived home he found that the laptop boxes werefilled with magazines and the televisions were plastic.

The suspects are described as two black men in their mid 20s,

weighing around 180 pounds, according to police. One man was wearing a black jacket and hat and the other was wearing a purple sweatshirt.

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