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Florida couple shot themselves, faked home invasion for insurance payout, police say

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 8 November 2017 ()
A Florida couple who claimed two men burst into their home and shot them during a home invasion are now in jail Tuesday after police discovered their story to be an elaborate scam to collect fraudulent insurance payouts.
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News video: Sheriff: Florida Couple Faked Home Invasion, Shooting

Sheriff: Florida Couple Faked Home Invasion, Shooting 00:39

Authorities say a Florida couple staged a home invasion and shooting as part of an elaborate scheme to collect insurance money. Matt Yurus reports.

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