Fake Bills Used at Salina Restaurant, Pharmacy
Jeff Garretson - July 31, 2014 10:57 am
Police are investigating after more counterfeit bills are used at the McDonald’s Restaurant at 701 S. Broadway and B & K Prescription Shop at 601 E. Iron.
Salina Police Captain Mike Sweeney tells KSAL News that a white male wearing a white baseball cap turned backwards – drove to the drive-up window and used a counterfeit $20 to purchase food.
Police say the bill is about a 1/4 inch shorter than a genuine $20. The suspect was driving a maroon 4-door vehicle.
Police also report that a counterfeit $10 bill was found in the deposit bag from B & K Prescription by Sunflower Bank employees.
Police say both bills were circulated on July 30th.
Police are investigating six other incidents around Salina in which counterfeit bills were used to purchase items at stores this past week.