Man wanted in NJ, Pa. for counterfeit $100 bills
UPPER MERION, Pa. - May 15, 2013 (WPVI) -- Authorities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are searching for a suspect who they say purchased items with counterfeit bills.
Police say the male is responsible for passing a large quantity of counterfeit $100 bills at various retail locations in the Delaware Valley over the last four months.
The Upper Merion Township Police Department, the Warrington Township Police Department, the Moorestown Township Police Department, and the United States Secret Service are asking the public's help in identifying the man.
Police say the male suspect may have a tattoo on his right knuckles that reads "BUENO".
Anyone with information should contact Detective Andrew Rathfon at the Upper Merion Township Police Department at 484-636-3879.
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