Police looking for man accused of trying to pay with fake $100 bill

PADUCAH – Police are looking for a man accused of trying to use a fake $100 bill at the checkout of a convenience store in Paducah.

Paducah police say last Thursday night the man allegedly tried to use the counterfeit money at the Five Star on Wayne Sullivan Drive. An employee told officers that, when they told the man the bill was counterfeit, the man became upset and left.

The police department says officers recovered the fake $100 bill, and it was placed into evidence.

If you know who the man is, you can call the Paducah Police Department at 270-444-8550 or Crime Stoppers at 443-TELL. To leave a police tip online, click here.

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