• Florida man Andrew Francis Lippi is accused of stealing $300 worth of goods from a local Kmart. 1 / 8

  • He'd purchase household items, such as this Keurig machine, and then return them for a refund, only the boxes wouldn't have the original items inside. 2 / 8

  • Kmart contacted Key West Police to charge Lippi with Grand Theft on April 5th. 3 / 8

  • Oddly, Lippi doesn't seem to need to resort to petty theft. He recently purchased Thompson Island, shown here, for $8 million. 4 / 8

  • The island was previously owned by philanthropist and developer Edward B. Knight and had been passed down in his family for generations. 5 / 8

  • In addition to the massive mansion, the house has a decorative fountain and a helipad in the backyard. 6 / 8

  • Lippi was released on Sunday without posting bail and told reporters that the whole thing was over a 'commercial dispute'. It's unknown if Lippi has a court date. 7 / 8

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