Suspects sought by South Simcoe Police in Counterfeit Cash Investigation

Fake Canadian currency was used to pay for meals

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.

Picture provided: South Simcoe Police
Picture provided: South Simcoe Police
Picture provided: South Simcoe Police

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, michael.avelar@southsimcoepolice.ca or contact Crime Stoppers.

More information about how to detect a counterfeit bank note is on the Bank of Canada website: www.bankofcanada.ca.