Counterfeit money found in Fairfield

Fairfield police are warning store owners after three businesses reported receiving counterfeit $100 bills in the last week.Police say the incidents happened at the Dunkin'

FAIRFIELD - Fairfield police are warning store owners after three businesses reported receiving counterfeit $100 bills in the last week.

Police say the incidents happened at the Dunkin' Donuts in Southport, Walgreens and a Shell gas station. Officials say the businesses discovered the bills were fake when they tried to deposit the money with their banks.

Police released a picture of one person they suspect may be involved. They also believe the person had at least one other accomplice.

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