Police hunt men who buy pizza with bogus $100s
VINELAND, N.J. (AP) - December 14, 2010 -- Police in say people in southern New Jersey have been paying for pizza with fake dough.
Authorities in Vineland are searching for several suspects who have paid pizza deliverymen with counterfeit $100 bills.
The Daily Journal of Vineland and The Press of Atlantic City report recent cases are believed to be related. The most recent occurred on Sunday and the other two took place on Dec. 5.
In one case, ink on one of the bills ran after getting wet. The paper appeared different from the type on which real currency is printed.
Some of the bills were smudged, too.
new jersey, vineland, crime
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