Police hunt 2 men in fake money scheme

Police say each man tried to use a fake $20 bill at the Dunkin Donuts inside the Fairfield rest stop.

Police say each man tried to use a fake $20 bill at the Dunkin Donuts inside the Fairfield rest stop. (2/3/16)

FAIRFIELD - State police are looking for two people who they say were caught on camera using counterfeit cash at the Fairfield rest stop.

Police say it happened inside the Dunkin Donuts on the northbound side of the highway last week.

They say the suspects tried to pay using two fake $20 bills.

Officers say the clerk accepted the first bill but became suspicious of the second and refused it.

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