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Salem Police Take Reports of Counterfeit $20 Bills at Two Small Businesses

Anyone with information on the suspects or vehicle are asked to contact Salem Police at 503-588-6123

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(SALEM, Ore.) - On Sunday Salem Police Officers took reports of subjects passing counterfeit $20 bills at two small businesses.

The first incident occurred at approx. 8:30am at a business in the 800 block of Highland Ave. NE. A male subject purchased some items using counterfeit $20 bills.

The second incident occurred at approx. 12:30pm at a business in the 3800 block of Devonshire Ave NE. Two males and a female entered the business, made a purchase with counterfeit $20 bills and left.

The two incidents appear to be related from similarities of the counterfeit $20 bills, and the suspects description. The suspects are described as:
1) white male adult, 25-30yrs, 5'6, 130lbs, short brown hair, has a speech impediment.
2) white male adult, 25-30yrs, 6'0, 200lbs, multiple tattoo's. Tattoo's on eyelids (right eyelid had an unknown word written and the left eyelid had dots), on the knuckles were the letters "TFN" or "TPN",and other tattoo's on the tops of his hands.
3) white female adult, 27-33yrs, blond hair.

Involved vehicle used by suspects is described as a white mini-van, partial license #236 ???, with paint peeling on the hood.

Anyone with information on the suspects or vehicle are asked to contact Salem Police at 503-588-6123.

Source: Salem Police Department




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