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In January 2010, Cheryl Ann Tchida of Woodbury, Minn. filed a claim for missing items totaling more than $20,000 after reporting a burglary at her home. Tchida alleged that she had purchased one of those items, a TV, at Circuit City in 2008, but officials discovered that particular model was not sold until April 2009, a month after Circuit City closed because of bankruptcy.

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