AUBURN (CBS13) — Deputies have arrested a San Francisco woman suspected of buying expensive electronics from the Auburn Best Buy store with a fraudulent gift card.

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office says store employees called to report the fraud on Monday.

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Employees say the woman first used the fraudulent electronic gift card to buy a MacBook worth over $1,700. They didn’t realize the fraud until after she bought the computer.

The woman then came back into the store a second time, employees say, and tried to buy another MacBook. That’s when deputies were called.

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Deputies soon responded to the scene and contacted the suspect. She was identified as 25-year-old San Francisco resident Xiaohui Xu. Several unopened boxes of high-priced electronics were also found in her car, deputies say.

Investigators say the receipts showed that the items were bought from several Best Buy stores with fraudulent gift cards.

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Xu has been arrested and is now facing charges of identity theft, grand theft, burglary, possession of stolen property and fraudulent use of an access card.