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Police Identify Man Who Allegedly Sold Fake Cowboys Tickets

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    Police Identify Man Who Allegedly Sold Fake Cowboys Tickets

    The Irving Police Department tells NBC 5 that they have issued an arrest warrant for the man who allegedly sold several fake Cowboys tickets to fans during the NFL Playoffs. (Published Thursday, April 4, 2019)

    NBC 5 Responds first told you about a man accused of selling fake Dallas Cowboys playoff tickets.

    Now, police have identified him and a warrant has been issued for his arrest.

    According to the Irving Police Department, the man seen in video taken by a buyer is Marco Aguilar, a 26-year old from Downey, California. 

    Earlier this year, he was accused of advertising Cowboys Playoffs tickets and selling them for hundreds of dollars.

    We heard from one couple who met him at the Irving Mall and managed to get video of the seller.

    Another person said they met him at an Applebee's in Irving. 

    But when they got to AT&T Stadium, they were told the tickets were fake and were turned away.

    Irving police say they've issued a warrant for the man's arrest.

    Apparently, someone saw our story and contacted police saying they knew him.

    Police said that tip proved to be accurate.

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