Don’t Get Busted! Spy Shop Sales Soaring Ahead of Valentine’s Day

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DALLAS -- Valentine's Day is the time of the year when couples all over the country profess their love. That is, unless you suspect your significant other of cheating. But you don’t have to go on a reality show to catch an unfaithful spouse.

“You can actually buy the equipment out right and do it yourself and have that equipment forever,” Spy Guy Allen Walton told NewsFix.

Walton's been selling spy gear for the last seven years, and he says when it comes to this hallmark holiday, his store sees a spike in business.

“We’re getting more and more customers that are approaching us in the 2-3 weeks before Valentine's Day that are wanting to get a GPS tracker or hidden camera because they think something is going to go down on that holiday,” he explained.

In fact, Walton says just the other day, he had a customer spend some big bucks to find out the truth.

“He bought our best GPS tracking kit, roughly $410, and then the paid an extra $40 just for us to overnight it to him because he was in such a hurry.”

So, a warning for all of you Valentines out there -- don’t get caught with your pants down!

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