Murfreesboro Police need your help in identifying a suspect who allegedly used $4,000 of counterfeit money to purchase a 2006 Audi Quattro.
More counterfeit hundred-dollar bills are being circulated in Murfreesboro. Officers responded to Walmart at 2012 Memorial Boulevard where the loss prevention representative said that two black females paid for merchandise with couterfeit $100 bills.
The Rutherford County Sheriffs Office is asking for your help in identifying a suspect who attempted to pass counterfeit money.
A 22-year old woman and 26-year old man have been arrested by Murfreesboro Police after an investigation into fake money being used to buy pizza from Hungry Howies.
Two separate reports of counterfeit money being used have been reported at South Church Street businesses.
There's more counterfeit cash floating around Murfreesboro. Incidents at the Sonic on Fortress and Wal-Mart on Joe B. Jackson have been reported.
More fake bills are turning up in Murfreesboro. The most recent report was for a counterfeit $50 bill at the Sonic restaurant on Memorial Boulevard.
The local JC Penny's on Old Fort Parkway is out six-hundred dollars. Murfreesboro Police Officer Timothy Adams reports he was called to the store Saturday around 11pm.
More reports of counterfeit money have funneled into the local police department this week.
The Sonic on Northwest Broad Street is out of $80 after four fake 20-dollar bills were used.
Another case of phony money has been reported in Murfreesboro. This time around, the fake cash appeared at the McDonald's drive thru on Sunday.
More counterfeit money is popping up in Murfreesboro. This time, the fake cash turned up at the new Waffle House on Rutherford Boulevard.
Several counterfeit $50 bills, fake $5 bills and hypodermic needles were seized during a traffic stop in Murfreesboro this week.
A manager at the restaurant called the police to report that two white female's wearing hoodies came in to buy food using a fake $50.
Counterfeit bills continue to circulate in Rutherford County. Most recently, the Sonic restaurant on Middle Tennessee Boulevard - One Arrest made..
A man and a woman accused of passing off counterfeit money as real have been arrested in Murfreesboro.
A woman attempted to use four fake 20-dollar bills to pay for merchandise at K-Mart. The woman tried to use the funny money Wednesday afternoon around 2:30.
This time, someone used a fake $10 bill while attempting to pay for some chicken at Zaxby's on South Rutherford Boulevard.
The loss prevention officer at Wal-Mart on Old Fort Parkway called Murfreesboro Police to report $950 in fake 50-dollar bills were used in their store.
Murfreesboro Police are looking for a woman who tried to pay for gas with counterfeit money. A clerk at the Kroger gas station on Lascassas told police the woman attempted to pay for the gas with a fake 10-dollar bill.
A 27-year old woman walking her dog stumbled upon what at first looked to be a big money find. Then, she quickly realized the money was fake.
More counterfeit money has turned up. This time, fake $1 bills.
Two women were apprehended in reference to using counterfeit ten dollar bills at Kroger on Middle Tennessee Boulevard.
When the victim realized he had been taken, he called the police. Officers placed the four fake $100 bills into evidence. At this point, no arrests have been made.
Another counterfeit bill has been reported in Murfreesboro. A fake $20 was passed off as real at Culver’s restaurant on South Rutherford Boulevard.
This is about the fourth time a counterfeit bill has been caught in the past 4-days. So far, fake $100’s, $20’s and $10’s are all the rage among those printing the cash.
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