Leeds Police Department looking for 3 individuals in counterfeit money case
From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
LEEDS — The Leeds Police Department is seeking the public’s help with identifying three individuals allegedly involved with passing along counterfeit money.
The incident occurred on Nov. 3, 2019, at the Outlets Shops of Grand River in Leeds, Alabama.
According to officials, a middle-aged man purchased food at the food court with a $1oo prop bill. The alleged perpetrator is a middle-aged black male with glasses. He was wearing a black beret/hat, a large black or dark blue coat with the sleeves stopped at the elbow and he had a long-sleeved white shirt underneath.
The two other individuals did not directly pass along the counterfeit money, but they were together with the man suspected of using the counterfeit money. The Leeds PD wants to question those individuals.
Anyone with information on the case or the whereabouts of the individuals is encouraged to contact Investigator Smith at 205-699-0940.