Suspect In Counterfeit Money Purchase

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(MURFREESBORO) Murfreesboro Police need your help in identifying a suspect who allegedly used $4,000 of counterfeit money to purchase a 2006 Audi Quattro.

Police report that shortly before 4:00 o'clock Tuesday afternoon (7/30/2019) the owner of the vehicle met the buyer in the gas station parking lot of Walmart Neighborhood Market on Fortress Boulevard.

The seller told Detective Tyler Smith that the buyer looked over the vehicle and decided to accept the offer. He handed over the cash, was given the keys. The suspect drove away.


It was not until after the suspect had left, that the seller realized the money was counterfeit.

If you recognize the male in this surveilance video or have any information, please contact Detective Smith at 629-201-5509.


You can also contact CrimeStoppers at 615-893-STOP (7867) and be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000, if your tip leads to an arrest and conviction. No one, not even the police, will know your identify.

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