Investigators are looking for a man accused of selling stolen merchandise to pawn shops.
In February of 2017, deputies say Jeremy Fiorini sold three brand new cameras to the Pawn King in the Shop City Plaza.
Anyone selling merchandise to a second hand dealer in Onondaga County must produce identification and sign a receipt asserting that the merchandise is theirs and not stolen.
Fiorini did this and Pawn King paid him $60 for the three cameras.
The cameras had been reported the Sheriff’s Office as stolen from a Kinney Drug store in Cicero prior to that.
Because he signed the receipt fraudulently, he created a false entry into Pawn King’s business records, resulting in the felony.
He has since been arrested for falsifying business records, criminal possession of stolen property and petit larceny, but has failed to show up for court.
He has been arrested 41 times for mainly felony and misdemeanor theft and forgery related crimes.
Fiorini is 6’01” and weighs 230 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.
He has a Tribal Cross tattoo on his left arm and piercing above his left eye.
He last lived at the Bayshore North Apartments in Brewerton. His previous addresses include Brewerton, Bridgeport and Chittenango.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call 315-435-3051.