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BOYNTON BEACH (CBSMiami/AP) — An anonymous tip led Boynton Beach police to a man who was reportedly selling fake temporary license plates and insurance cards.

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The tipster told police that Fedelin Pericles, 36, was selling temporary tags for $60 and fake insurance cards for $100. The caller also provided the “tag man’s” phone number.

On January 30th, an undercover officer texted Pericles and asked for a temporary tag. Pericles asked for the VIN number, color, and model of the car and met the officer in the parking lot of Lowe’s Home Improvement store for the money.

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Two other officers made similar purchases.

Pericles was arrested Wednesday on multiple charges including organized fraud.

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