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Norcross travel agent accused of stealing thousands from customers

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A Norcross travel agent is on the run after being accused of a heart-breaking crime.

Police believe Alok Kalia, the owner of Super Travels, made off with at least $40,000. Authorities allege that Kalia stole money from customers who thought they were getting discount overseas flights.

FOX 5 I-Team reporter Randy Travis shows how police say he pulled off the crime, and how you can avoid being the victim of a similar scam in the future.

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