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Duo sought in counterfeit attempt

Pleasanton police asking for help identifying male suspect

Pleasanton police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who allegedly attempted to spend counterfeit money at a local restaurant recently.

The incident took place on Aug. 31 when the suspect, a white male with graying facial hair, tried to pass a $50 counterfeit bill in Pleasanton according to police.

He is associated with a second suspect, a white female with brown hair. The female suspect attempted to spend a counterfeit $100 bill earlier in the day.

The suspects are affiliated with an unknown model beige pickup truck with a camper shell.

Anyone who recognizes the man or has information about the case is asked to contact Pleasanton police at 931-5100 and reference case #16-32273.

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