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NJ State Police Seeks Public’s Help to ID Suspects Who Used Counterfeit Cash

By kcora on
New Jersey

Police are looking for two suspects made several purchases at local businesses using counterfeit money.

According to authorities, on Jan. 30th, a local bank in Upper Township alerted NJSP Woodbine Station of the discovery of three counterfeit bills.

Bank officials told police that the counterfeit currency was received as business deposits from three separate local businesses.

An invite by police determined that the suspects made small purchases at each location, receiving legitimate currency as change.

Authorities described the first suspect as a Hispanic female, approximately 5'5", 140 pounds, with long brown hair, wearing a black jacket, red shirt, black leggings and black Ugg-style boots.

The second suspect is described as a white female (who actually passed the bill), 5’4”, 200 pounds, wearing a black zip-up sweatshirt, grey tee-shirt, black sweatpants, and white sneakers.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Tpr. David Daniels, of Woodbine Station, at 609-861-5698. Anonymous tips are welcome.