Adams PD Identify Suspect Who Used Fake $20 Bills At Walgreens
Adams Police have identified a man who allegedly used fake $20 bills to buy gift cards.
From a story reported on by WWLP/22 News Springfield, according to the Adams Police Department, on February 6 around 4:45 p.m., the suspect walked into the Walgreens on Columbia Street.
He successfully obtained gift cards by paying with the fake $20 bills and left the area on foot. However, once the store employee noticed the bills were fake, they were able to deactivate the gift cards.
The man, described as 6 feet tall, about 240 pounds, white, and in his 40s, was identified by police Monday night. He has tattoos on the back of each of his hands. The tattoos on the back of his hands are described as three unclothed women with a shadowed-figure man behind them. The suspect may also have a neck tattoo.
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He was last seen wearing a black winter hat, black gator used as face mask, dark blue hooded sweatshirt, black sweatpants with “Property of Hartford University” on the left side, black and white sneakers with “AIR” written in large red letters outlined by white on the inside and outside of them, red soles, and a white Nike swoosh on the top of the toe box.
Please check out the initial story at WWLP/22 News' website here and we thank them for the update.
Also, please keep in mind, that the Adams Police Department is asking for donations. They thank you in advance for any and all of your support. If you would like to make a donation, please contact the Adams Police on their Facebook page or call (413) 743-1212.
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