Actor Ray Buffer is being accused by a San Diego comedian e book retailer of stealing some dear comics … and the shop says safety footage seems to indicate him stuffing ’em up his shirt.
Southern California Comics in San Diego alleges it has Ray on video stealing $600 price of comedian books, and the shop filed a police report with SDPD and is handing over proof to police, together with their safety footage.
SDPD tells TMZ police took a report for petty theft and are investigating the incident.
The comedian e book retailer says it obtained much more proof — which it is going to be turning over to police — after warning different shops about Ray in a Fb publish earlier than he had been recognized.
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The homeowners inform us Metropolis Comics in L.A. despatched them some eerily related safety footage from when Ray was there. In that video, the proprietor confronts him after seeing him pull the identical transfer, and this time he places the comics again and leaves because the proprietor threatens to name police.
Ray, who has appeared in TV reveals like “ER” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” deleted all of his social media accounts after the comedian e book retailer posted the video on-line.
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Bookstores are at all times on edge about this type of theft, as a result of some comics are price some huge cash — we have reported about uncommon comics getting auctioned off for giant sums. That is why most shops have such nice safety cameras.
We reached out to Ray … up to now, no phrase again.