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Across the Baltimore area, customers are being turned away from more than a dozen businesses that were raided by federal agents on Tuesday morning as reported by foxbaltimore.com.

The owners of 14 stores were arrested following a federal investigation into food stamp fraud.They have been charged with stealing more than $16 million altogether from taxpayers.

At the New Sherwood Market in Idlewylde at the edge of the city, a sign on the door says the business is closed.

The owner of that store, Mohammad Irfan, along with his son Muhammad Sarmad, is accused of stealing more than $3.5…For more  information go to foxbaltimore.com

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Agents Seize Bank Accounts, Shutter Stores In Food Stamp Fraud Investigation  was originally published on wolbbaltimore.com