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Suspect sought in counterfeit cash case

Police allege woman victimized downtown businesses

Pleasanton police are looking for a woman who allegedly purchased items from downtown businesses using counterfeit money.

The suspect, a white female in her 30s, shopped at at least seven downtown stores on the evening of Aug. 6 according to police.

The woman allegedly used counterfeit $100 bills at these businesses to purchase small items and then pocketed the legitimate change she received. She has platinum blond hair and a butterfly tattoo on the right side of her back near her shoulder blade, according to a Pleasanton Police Department release.

The release has been posted along with suspect photos on the police department's Facebook page.

Anyone with information about these cases or the suspect is asked to contact the Pleasanton Police Department at 931-5100 and reference case number 16-28523.

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