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New Hampshire man pleads guilty to taking money, faked cancer

Logan Henry set up a "Help Logan Henry" page on gofundme.com soliciting donations for help with cancer treatment, according to police.

Logan Henry set up a "Help Logan Henry" page on gofundme.com soliciting donations for help with cancer treatment, according to police.  (MyFoxBoston.com)

A New Hampshire man who said he had cancer and set up a fake donation site has pleaded guilty to fraud.

Logan Henry was found guilty Tuesday of theft by deception.

WMUR-TV reports police said the 26-year-old Henry set up a website called "Help Logan Henry" in which he claimed to be a down-on-his luck cancer patient. He raised nearly $3,800.

Henry actually had been out of work since 2010 from a shoulder injury.

Henry said he will pay the money back.

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