By Jason Massad
Dunwoody police are reporting that dozens of people are complaining of being victims of robberies in connection to the sale of fake laptop computers near Perimeter Mall.
Dunwoody police arrested a 41-year-old Maurice Patrick Hayes for the robbery of a 24-year-old Dunwoody resident who agreed to purchase two laptop computers out of the back of a van.
Carl Johnson is still wanted in connection to robbery.
According to the Dunwoody Police report, the man was approached by Hayes at Best Buy on Hammond Drive and the robbery occurred at the Wells Fargo bank branch on the 4500 block of Ashford-Dunwoody Road.
During the transaction, which involved an undisclosed amount of money, Hayes reportedly told the victim he had a gun in his waistband.
Hayes told the victim to get out of the van and he drove off, according to police. The victim realized the computers were fake.
Hayes is being held at DeKalb County Jail. A warrant has been issued for an accomplice, Carl Johnson.
If you know the whereabouts of Johnson call Det. Robert Bentivegna at (678) 382-6911.