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Police: Pair used counterfeit money at Nampa store

Nampa police are asking for the community's help to identify the suspects and other possible businesses that may have fallen victim.
Credit: Nampa Police Department
A composite screengrab from surveillance video shows two people who police say used counterfeit money at a store in Nampa.

NAMPA, Idaho — Police are asking the public to help identify two people who recently used counterfeit money at least one Nampa store.

"They used fake money to purchase real merchandise," police said in a tweet Tuesday evening that included two surveillance photos of a man and a woman.

Investigators have not said where the pair used the counterfeit money, or what they purchased with it. 

Anyone who recognizes them is urged to call Nampa police at (208) 468-5650.

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