Ocean City Police say they have been receiving complaints of some phony 20 dollar bills being circulated throughout the resort. Police say banks in Ocean City have found the fake 20 dollar bills in various deposits made by merchants. Much of the phony money was circulated in the business district last week, ending on Friday, January 28th. Police say a suspect is purchasing small ticket items and often getting back real money in change after the small purchase. The suspect is described as a white male, standing under six feet tall, with a thin build, and his his late 20s with dark hair and glasses.
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