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Suspect spends $1,500 in counterfeit bills at Grove City Walmart

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State Police say they plan to file charges after someone paid for a shopping spree at the Grove City Walmart with $1,500 in counterfeit money.

A police media release says that earlier this month, in addition to spending nearly $650 for clothing, an air conditioner, drill battery, cell phones, laundry detergent, foam plates, and a bed in a bag, the suspect also loaded up the balance on a debit card.

Police say the suspect paid for it all using fifteen $100 counterfeit bills.

According to police, the suspect has been identified through surveillance video and will be charged.

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