South Simcoe Police are fishing for two men who are accused of paying for meals using counterfeit Canadian cash at the Halibut House Fish & Chips restaurant in Bradford.
On June 24, 2020, police said the suspects separately ordered food and paid using fake Canadian currency.
Suspect 1: White, in his 30s, approximately 5’10”-6′ with a heavy build. His hair was short and brown. He wore a grey Blue Jays baseball cap, a dark coloured jacket, light coloured cargo shorts and was wearing flip flops with socks. He was wearing a blue medical style mask.
Suspect 2: White, in his late 30s or 40s, approximately 5’10”-6′ with a heavy build. His hair was short and brown. He wore a yellow coloured button up shirt, untucked, dark chino pants and black casual shoes. He had a watch on his left wrist with an orange wrist band. He wore a white medical style mask.
Anyone who recognizes these men or has any information regarding this incident is asked to contact Constable Michael Avelar at 905-775-331, 705-436-2141, email@example.com or contact Crime Stoppers.
More information about how to detect a counterfeit bank note is on the Bank of Canada website: www.bankofcanada.ca.