Do You Recognize These Suspects in The Local Counterfeit Schemes?

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We have an update on the spending of counterfeit $100 bills we have been telling our listeners about in recent weeks. Murfreesboro Police have released pictures of suspects in one of the most recent cases reported on August 19th.

According to the M-P-D, two unknown subjects tried not once, not two times, but five times to use counterfeit $100 bills at the Target store on Old Fort Parkway. Reports indicate the subjects tried to make small purchases to receive a large amount of change back at multiple cash registers. Their technique worked on several occasions when they purchased things like Tide detergent, a baby bib and M&M’s. The subjects were captured on surveillance video and those photos are now available on WGNSradio.com (ABOVE).

A black four door Infiniti G-35 was seen leaving the area, possibly with a third subject, after the incident occurred in the store. The fake money was placed into evidence for safe keeping and no arrests have been made.

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MPD Incident Report #13-16517
MPD Sgt. Kyle Evans 
Target Store Surveillance Video

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