Image Released of Man Who Allegedly Used Fake Hundred-Dollar Bills

The bills were used at two local donut shops, Attleboro police say.

Attleboro police  are looking for a man who they say paid or attempted to pay with fake hundred-dollar bills last week at two local donut shops. An image of the suspect from a surveillance video was released Monday morning. Witnesses say he is a white male in his 20s.

The first reported counterfeit incident happened Jan. 20 and the second one took place Jan. 21, Detective Sgt. Arthur Brillon wrote in a press release. The serial number on the fake bills is HD25081764B.

Anybody with information about the suspect should call the Attleboro police at 508-222-1212.




You'll hate me January 28, 2013 at 05:15 PM
1) Why are you using the smallest image possible? 2) Who would use $100 bills (real or fake) for doughnuts?
Jonathan Friedman (Editor) January 28, 2013 at 05:20 PM
Interesting user name. We are using the image that was sent to us.
Muriel Reilly January 29, 2013 at 11:45 AM
Hate me person: That's not uncommon; I often see construction guys hand over a $100 bill when grabbing their morning DD.


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