GARDNER, Kan. - A week after authorities in Harrisonville, Mo., warned consumers and business owners about a counterfeit money scam, authorities in Gardner, Kan., are joining in the warning.
In a release Monday, Gardner Police specifically warned convenience store and fast food owners about the possibility of counterfeit $10 and $20 bills in the town.
Harrisonville Police say their counterfeiter struck at least six different times. He is described as a slender white male between 5’9” and 5’10” tall, with dark brown or reddish hair, unshaven with possible goatee and wearing blue jeans.
Police say the man was with a woman and a second man in a white Dodge Charger and dark green Pontiac with Missouri plates UG5-H5J.
The Secret Service is also investigating the counterfeit bills.
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