Christopher Miller, who police say returned to the scene of his crime.
N.J. Department of Corrections
March 26, 2014 Christopher Miller was jailed in 2000 for robbing a New Jersey shoe store. One day after his release, police say, he returned to the scene of the crime and robbed the store again. He's under arrest.
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