JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - A crime so nice, they allegedly tried it twice. Our crime of the week is a double-dip of counterfeit cash.
Jonesboro police are trying to identify two suspects accused of using fake $20 bills.
In a police report, JPD said a man and woman went into the Kum and Go on North Church street earlier this month and used the fake money.
The report states the man went in first and bought a couple of items with a $20 bill. Shortly after, the clerk realized it was counterfeit.
The report continued, saying a few minutes later a woman came into the store asking the clerk to give her change for a $20.
The clerk noticed right away the bill was fake and questioned the woman about it. She told the clerk that the first gentlemen gave her the fake cash.
It's a case of he said-she said, but JPD says it's a crime.
If you can make identify either one of these suspects it's worth some money from Crimestoppers.
Call anonymously at 935-STOP or you can text it to 274637.
In the text message, type 935stop as one word followed by your tip.
You will get a message back with your anonymous tip number. That number is yours to keep for any future reward.
This week on warrant watch we have a husband and wife.
Parisse McKinney and William McKinney combine for 21 warrants.
If you know where to find either one of the McKinneys, it could be worth some money to you.
Call in that tip to Crimestoppers at 935-STOP or text it to 274637.
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