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Colin Marsh buys iPad from Tesco in Whitstable but box contains only CLAY and he is accused of scamA dad who found CLAY inside a box instead of a 470 iPad he had bought from Tesco was thrown in the cells as a suspected fraudster when he complained. Businessman Colin Marsh, 47, bought paid the Apple tablet as a Christmas treat for his daughters. But he opened the box to find it contained three lumps of clay instead of the device and immediately took it back to the supermarket for a refund. Instead of reimbursing him Tesco staff became suspicious and reported him to police. Two days later shocked Colin, who runs two bakeries, got a call asking him to report to his local police station where he was held for three hours. He was accused of trying to scam the supermarket and spent two months on bail before he was finally told he faced no further action. The iPad that should have been in the box was tracked down to Wales more than 200 miles from where

Colin had bought it in Whitstable, Kent. How does this iPad work? The box filled with clay (Image: SWNS) Colin, dad to Maddie, 11, and Daisy, eight, has since got his money back but said Tesco had not properly apologised. He said: “You just can’t treat people like that. It’s absolutely disgusting. I’ve not even had so much as an apology from Tesco. It’s disgraceful. “I couldn’t believe it when I saw what was inside the box. Maddie was devastated. “I took it back to Tesco, but they said they couldn’t give me a refund and would need to carry out an investigation. “Two days later, I got a call at about 8pm from the police asking if I could come down to the station to answer some questions. “I just thought they wanted to know what had happened, but the next thing I know I’m being bundled into a cell. “I was in there for three hours. It was then they told me the iPad had been activated in my name. “I just thought ‘how can that possibly be?’ It didn’t make any sense. “I’ve run my own successful businesses for 22 years, and I own my own house. Why would I want to scam Tesco out of a 470 iPad? “I wouldn’t want anyone else to go through what my family and I have.” Cleared: Investigation into Colin Marsh has now concluded (Image: SWNS) Colin, married to hairdresser Sam, 45, bought the iPad from Tesco Extra in Millstrood Road in Whistable, Kent, just before Christmas last year. He went back to complain on on Boxing Day but was told staff needed to “investigate”. Police then called him

and he voluntarily attended Whitstable police station on December 28 where

officers claimed the iPad had been registered to him. Colin remained on bail until February 14 when the missing tablet was found registered in Wales. A Tesco spokesman said: “We were very disappointed to learn that the product we sold to Mr Marsh had been tampered with. “We would of course never knowingly have sold it to Mr Marsh and we apologise sincerely for the problems this has caused him. “We immediately launched an internal investigation into how this happened and shared the information we gathered with the police, which we believe was the right thing to do. “The police investigation and the actions they took are a matter for the police.” Kent Police said: “Mr Marsh was arrested on suspicion of fraud following information that the iPad in question had apparently been registered in his name at some time between 21 and 24 D

ecember 2012. “This was investigated and as soon as it became clear that M

r Marsh had not committed any offences, his bail was cancelled and he was informed police would not be taking any further action against him.”

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