Reports of counterfeit cash in Augusta McDonald's

By: Staff
By: Staff

Sunday, May 12, 2014

AUGUSTA, GA (WRDW) -- A workers at McDonald's in Augusta says three people attempted to use counterfeit money to pay for their meal.

According to a Richmond County Sheriff's report, the cashier of the McDonald's on Washington Road says a woman tried to pay with a $20 at the counter. When the cashier tested the bill, it came back counterfeit.

The cashier says they refused to take the money, and woman left the restaurant and got into a car with another woman and a man. They then drove around and tried to order from the window. The cashier refused their payment when the driver handed them a $20.

After refusing to take their money for a second time, the suspects drove away.

If you have any information about this case, contact the Richmond County Sheriff's Office.


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