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Police searching for counterfeit money suspect in GA and AL counties

Suspect seen on surveillance (Source: LaGrange Police) Suspect seen on surveillance (Source: LaGrange Police)
Suspect seen on surveillance (Source: Phenix City Police) Suspect seen on surveillance (Source: Phenix City Police)
Suspect seen on surveillance (Source: Phenix City Police) Suspect seen on surveillance (Source: Phenix City Police)

(WTVM)- Fraud investigators in two local cities are searching for the suspects who are thought to be using counterfeit money.

Phenix City, Alabama detectives released surveillance photos where the suspect was seen using counterfeit money at the Walgreens on Summerville Road.

The suspect was wearing a brown hat, blue shirt and brown pants at the time. Detectives mention that the suspect is thought to be in his 30's. He was seen leaving the store in a silver Chevy Malibu.

Following this incident, there was also surveillance footage from a Walmart in LaGrange, Georgia. Police in the area say that the person seen on surveillance used counterfeit bills at both Walmart stores in LaGrange.

The suspect seemed to match the same description as the suspect from Phenix City and appeared to be wearing the same outfit.

If anyone thinks they recognize this man is asked to call Phenix City or LaGrange Police.

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