Investigations: Shoplifting on Elm, Counterfeit Bills on Pine


Police are investigating the reported theft of $138 in clothes from an Elm Street retail shop.

Around 11 a.m. on May 5 (last Wednesday), the shop’s owner told police, two teenage girls had come into the store and took several items of clothing into a dressing room.

One of them came out, and after offering to put the clothes back where she’d found them, the pair left the store.

Thirty minutes later, the owner did a quick inventory and found that two items were missing: black-and-white Capri pants ($74) and gray-and-orange shorts ($64).

The girl who took the clothes is described as about five feet tall with black hair.


Counterfeit $100 bills were passed at Walgreens on Pine Street last week.

At about 7:56 p.m. on May 9, a manager at the Pine Street pharmacy told police that two clean-cut young men entered the store separately and paid in cash for $500 gift cards.

The paper on the $100 bills felt unusual and, examining them, officials discovered that two of them had the same exact serial number.

Police are investigating.

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