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West Manchester Police Seek Public's Help to Identify Suspect in Counterfeit Money Case



In a concerning incident of financial fraud, West Manchester Township Police are reaching out to the community for assistance in identifying a suspect involved in using counterfeit currency. The episode unfolded at the Walmart located at 1000 Town Center Drive, York, PA, on February 9, 2024, placing local businesses and consumers on high alert.


Authorities have released surveillance photos of a female suspect who is believed to have passed counterfeit money at the Walmart store. The photos, sourced from the store’s security cameras, show a woman involved in the transaction that is now under investigation for fraud.


The West Manchester Township Police are determined to crack down on such fraudulent activities and are urging anyone with information about the identity of the suspect to come forward. Officer Derek Snyder, leading the investigation, has made an appeal to the public for any leads that could assist in resolving the case. Community members can reach out to Officer Snyder directly at 717-792-9514 or via email at dsnyder@wmtwp.com. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through Crimewatch, offering a secure way for individuals to aid the police without revealing their identity.


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