Oceanside RCMP photo Pictured above is a counterfeit $100 bill seized by Oceanside RCMP Wednesday, May 2.

Man tries cashing counterfeit money in Stettler

Restaurant didn’t accept the $100 bill

A man tried cashing a counterfeit $100 bill at a Stettler restaurant.

According to Sgt. Phil Penny of the Stettler RCMP, on Nov. 26 man tried to use a counterfeit $100 bill to pay for his order. The business didn’t accept the bill and the man left without further incident.

RELATED: Stettler RCMP arrests two men, one woman and recovers stolen property. Blackfalds and Coronation RCMP assist

Stettler RCMP reminds businesses to be aware of counterfeit currency, especially as the Christmas season approaches.

If anyone has any information about this or any other crime, they’re encouraged to call the Stettler RCMP Detachment at 403-742-3382 or Crimestoppers.

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