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Milford Police Search For Two Men Using Counterfeit $100 Bills

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MILFORD, Del. - Police are attempting to track down two men accused of passing off counterfeit cash throughout the state of Delaware.

Investigators say the suspects used counterfeit one-hundred-dollar bills at gas stations and pharmacies to buy Visa gift cards. Twenty of those bills were reportedly used at two stores in Milford on March 25th.

The men were seen driving a white Chevrolet Impala with California license plates 6MJL981.

Milford Police is requesting localbusinesses to use some type of counterfeit checking device before accepting any$100 bills, especially when used to purchase gift cards. 

Anyone withinformation about the suspects or these cases is asked to contact Det. JohnHorsman at or Det. Dwight Young at (302)422-8081 or Crime Stoppers at1-800-TIP-3333 or www.tipsubmit.com. 

 

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