Ocean City Police Searching for Counterfeit Suspects
Video surveillance photos of the two suspects wanted by police. (Photo: OCPD)
OCEAN CITY, Md.– Police in Ocean City are looking for two suspects believed to be passing counterfeit money downtown.
The investigation began on July 6, and police said that they have recovered counterfeit $20 bills from local businesses on two occasions. Four $20 bills were reportedly recovered in total, with matching serial numbers IL 359791D.
Police said the two cases are linked and recovered surveillance images of two people police believe to be involved in passing the counterfeit bills.
Authorities are now asking anyone who knows the identity of either suspect to contact DFC Perry at the Criminal Investigation Division of the Ocean City Police Department at (410) 520-5439.
Police are also encouraging citizens and businesses to alert the department if they see money they think is suspicious. More information on how to distinguish authentic currency from counterfeit can be found at www.moneyfactory.gov.
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