Police in Monroe County are on the hunt trying to identify a person of interest in a counterfeit cash case.
Stroud Area Regional Police say someone has passed around hundreds of dollars in fake money in at least six incidents since May.
He has passed a total of four counterfeit $50-bills and two $20-bills.
Police have a photo of the suspect taken at the Subway in the Stroud Mall.
He is described as a white, Hispanic male, five feet two inches tall in his early 20s. He has dark brown hair and is small-framed.
If you recognize this man, you are asked to contact police.
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