BOSTON (AP) — Three Massachusetts men have been indicted on charges they sold more than $200,000 worth of stolen razor blades on eBay.

U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz says 51-year-old Robert Liberatore, of Wakefield; 43-year-old Mark Girardin, of Randolph; and 62-year-old Joseph Evangelista, of Lowell, were arrested Monday. They are charged with conspiracy to transport stolen property across state lines.

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Prosecutors say Evangelista stole the razor blades while employed at Boston-based Gillette and gave them to Liberatore and Girardin, who sold them on eBay. Prosecutors say they sold $208,944 in blades in 2011.

It’s unclear whether the men have lawyers.

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Liberatore does not have a listed phone number. A voicemail box for Evangelista was full. A number listed for Girardin was disconnected.

Gillette is owned by Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble Co.

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