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Police: Man Uses $500 in Counterfeit Money at Easton Target

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(Photo: Easton Police Department) (Photo: Easton Police Department)
The car the suspect left in after using counterfeit money at a Target in Easton. (Photo: Easton Police) The car the suspect left in after using counterfeit money at a Target in Easton. (Photo: Easton Police)
EASTON, Md. - The Easton Police Department is asking the public's help in identifying a man they say bought items from a local Target store with $500 worth of counterfeit money.

Police say it happened March 20 at the Target on Marlboro Avenue in Easton. 

According to the police department, the suspect, dressed in a red, hooded sweatshirt, light-colored blue jeans, and tan Timberland-style work boots, bought two items with five $100 counterfeit bills. Police say the man then left in a dark-colored, four-door passenger vehicle with dark, tinted windows, a sunroof and Maryland Agricultural registration plates.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Kellner at 410-822-1111 or the anonymous tip-line at 410-763-6140.
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