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A Montgomery County judge has given a pawnbroker who admitted fencing stolen goods ten years on probation. Prosecutors agreed not to seek jail time for Robert Snyder of Abington if he paid a quarter of a million dollars in restitution and closed his pawn shop in Northeast Philadelphia. He also agreed to testify against two men accused of burglarizing homes in Abington, Upper Moreland, Lower Gwynedd, Montgomery Township and elsewhere.