SOUTH WILLIAMSON, Ky. – The Pike County Sheriff’s Department has received multiple reports of counterfeit money being used at the South Williamson WalMart throughout the last several days.
Rodney Scott, Pike County Sheriff, said that there have been reports of counterfeit money being used at the location in the form of $100 bills and $20 bills.
Scott said, “I want to get the word out there for local business owners to be aware of the situation and be on the lookout for the counterfeit money.”
Tim Borowski, Store Manager at South Williamson WalMart, said the counterfeit bills are easily indefinable. “The bills had a different color ink and did not include the normal woven band,” he said.
Borowski went on to say that the customer was present when the money was identified as counterfeit. Sheriff Scott said no arrests have been made in relation to the counterfeit money.
Anyone that has information related to the counterfeit money is encouraged to contact the Pike County Sheriff’s Department at 606-432-6260.
(Courtney Pigman is a news reporter for the Williamson Daily News. She can be contacted at [email protected] or at 304-235-4242, ext. 2279.)