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Vicksburg police looking for counterfeit money suspects

Source: Vicksburg Police Dept. Source: Vicksburg Police Dept.
Source: Vicksburg Police Dept. Source: Vicksburg Police Dept.
Source: Vicksburg Police Dept. Source: Vicksburg Police Dept.
VICKSBURG, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Vicksburg Police are asking the public for the help in identifying the suspects who are accused of using counterfeit money at a Wal Mart.

Between July 5 and July 9, the suspects passed thirty-six $100 counterfeit bills at the Wal Mart in Vicksburg.

The four suspects loaded numerous pre paid debit cards on 5 separate days.

Anyone with information should contact Crimestoppers at 601.355 TIPS (8477).

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