BELLEVUE - Brown County sheriff’s officials are looking for three people involved in allegedly using counterfeit money at a Bellevue store Aug. 13.
Sheriff’s officials say one woman tried to use a counterfeit $100 bill at Target on Lime Kiln Rd. around 1:15 p.m. Investigators say the cashier refused to accept the bill. The suspect is the person seen in the multi-colored dress in the photos above.
About 10 minutes later, another woman successfully used a counterfeit $100 bill to make a $14.77 purchase. Store security told deputies the bill appeared to have been a $5 bill originally. The suspect, wearing a denim vest and holding a light-colored purse, and her suspected accomplice can be seen in the photos above.
All three were seen leaving in the vehicle seen in the photo above.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Brown Co. Sheriff’s Office at (920) 391-7450.
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