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Police looking for woman passing counterfeit bills

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Police say five Lincoln businesses were hit.

Police say several fake $100 bills were passed around Monday night.  One suspect tried to use a bill at a Bed, Bath, and Beyond, but the clerk refused it.  However, Famous Footwear, a U–Stop gas station, Toppers Pizza, and a local Walmart all fell victim.

"We're looking for a black female in her 30's, about five foot five inches tall, 160 pounds, with black hair and a noticeable gap between her two front teeth. At times, she was accompanied by a black male, approximately 30 years of age, 6 feet five inches tall with a thin build and a bald head," Officer Katie Flood said.

 

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