Guelph police say they want to speak to a man after $160 of counterfeit U.S. currency was used at a north end business on Friday.
Police said the phoney money was used to purchase merchandise at a business near Woodlawn Road and Woolwich Street at around 2:30 p.m.
According to police, the same man tried to use $500 in fake currency at a business near Wellington Street and Imperial Road that same day, but the clerk refused it.
Police released a photo of a suspect and said he was seen driving a black Dodge Charger with black tinted windows and a spoiler on the rear end.
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