CCSO describes suspect, vehicle in recent counterfeit strain

Store surveillance shows who Callaway County Sheriff's officials believe is the suspect in a recent rash of counterfeit $100 bills being passed in Callaway and neighboring counties.

Store surveillance shows who Callaway County Sheriff's officials believe is the suspect in a recent rash of counterfeit $100 bills being passed in Callaway and neighboring counties.

The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office has released a description and surveillance footage of who they believe has been passing a series of fake $100 bills in Callaway and mid-Missouri this week.

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The suspect vehicle is described as a newer black Chevrolet Impala.

Bills were passed Sunday at Casey’s and Dollar General in Auxvasse and Ozarkland in Kingdom City. Bills were also reported passed in Ladonia, Vandalian and Martinsburg recently.

Store surveillance footage shows a white female in her mid to late 20s, 5’9” tall with a thin build and brown shoulder-length hair. She appears to be pregnant and has a noticeable Southern accent. She is seen getting out of the passenger side of a late ‘90s to early 2000 black Chevrolet Impala, suggesting she is not acting alone.

The bills all sport the serial number J11199867 A. Managers at the three Callaway locations where the bills were passed could not be reached for comment.

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