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Suspect sought after passing counterfeit $100 bills at Walmart

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    Mahoning Township Police Department is attempting to identify the pictured suspect who they say passed several counterfeit $100 bills at Walmart. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Published April 25. 2019 08:58AM

Mahoning Township Police Department is attempting to identify an individual they say passed several counterfeit $100 bills at Walmart.

Police said the incident occurred at 11:01 p.m. March 19.

Police ask to tip submissions via their Facebook page or by phone 570-386-2241, and to reference case number 239-2019.

Comments
Merely trying to feed her family. Survival skills. This is an example of American... well... African American ingenuity. Bravo! (sarc off)
This is why the law abiding folk can't use $100 Bills.
Read... Did my comment say that? I merely referenced the persons ethnicity in what I felt, that ethnicity prefers. Don't go injecting PC crap into my comment, we've got enough of that going on these days. I'm well aware of the fact that sin is no respecter of skin color, race, sex, or whatever else you wish to stir up. We all are sinners, saved by....
Enjoy the rest of the day.
If I were working at WallsMart, and someone handed me a $100 bill at 11pm at night, I would scrutinize it very carefully. Seems like in this day and age identifying a fake should be possible with training and diligence.
Every major store chain should require a customer to break down large bills at customer service using a counterfeit bill detector.

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