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Police try to ID alleged counterfeiters

Posted October 7, 2009

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— Police are trying to identify seven people they believe to be part of a counterfeit check cashing ring.

Several transactions involving counterfeit checks took place at the RBC Bank branch at 3412 Westgate Drive in Durham between Sept. 9 and Sept. 23, police said. The bank lost $9,561.15 through the transactions, police said.

 

Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Detective C. J. Lear of the Durham Police Department at 919-560-4440, extension 29327, or Crime Stoppers at 919-683-1200.

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  • Just the facts mam Oct 7, 2009

    They look like another example of fine, upstanding citizens to me.

  • RDUTEC Oct 7, 2009

    It always floors me the way people try to profit off the labor and work of others. Guess they are too sorry and lazy to do it any other way. Since I believe no real man would do this, I guess they are nothing except punk boys and girls.

  • shadow315 Oct 7, 2009

    Yes, 3 & 6, same guy, you're a genius. heheh..

  • shadow315 Oct 7, 2009

    Why? Why would anyone pass a bad check at a bank in front of 100 cameras? They should just go turn themselves in now. Duh.

  • LambeauSouth Oct 7, 2009

    i CAN KNOCK IT DOWN TO 6 PICTURE 3 AND 6 OR 7 I BELIEVE ARE THE SAME GUY

  • OneLove Oct 7, 2009

    look at those CLEAR SHOTS! c'mon yall, turn 'em in. somebody recognizes them!