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Police Look For Conterfeit Money Suspect

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New York State Police are looking for a man whom they say passed a fake 100-dollar bill at a store in Marathon.

Officials say at around 4:45 p.m. March 21, a single, white male entered Gregg’s Market on State Route 11 and purchased a gallon of apple cider, using a counterfeit hundred dollar bill.

Even though the bill passed a security counterfeit marker test, investigators determined the bill was fake.

The man seen in surveillance footage was wearing a dark, zip-front jacket and had short-cropped dark hair.

The State Police in Ithaca says the public needs to be alerted to the crime and anyone with information should contact the Ithaca barracks at (607) 347-4440.

 

 

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