Counterfeit $10 bill passed in York County

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Northern York County Regional Police are on the lookout for a suspect who passed a phony $10 bill over the weekend. It happened just before 2 pm Sunday at a restaurant in the 300 block of Loucks Road in Manchester Township.

Employees say a white male walked in and attempted to purchase items valued at less than $2.00. The man presented a $10.00 bill. The cashier checked the bill with a counterfeit pen and found it to be a fake. The cashier kept the money and the man left the store.

The suspect is described as follows:

  • White male
  • 5’2″-5′-5″ tall
  • Blue shirt, white sweatpants
  • Light colored flat brimmed hat
  • Tattoos on his neck and face
  • Driving a dark blue Chrysler Sebring

Anyone with information is asked to contact Northern York County Regional Police at (717) 292-3647 or through 911.

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