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Silicon Valley exec accused of stealing Legos
A Silicon Valley executive didn't enter a plea Tuesday at his arraignment on burglary charges.
Thomas Langenbach, 47, is accused of stealing some $900 worth of Lego sets by switching barcodes on the boxes.
The San Carlos resident was arrested May 8, outside a Mountain View Target store.
Investigators say Langenbach may have made up to $30,000 selling the Lego sets on eBay.
He works for software maker SAP.
His next court appearance is June 20.
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