A seller using the LetGo app said he was given eight counterfeit $100 bills in exchange for an Apple iPhone on Sunday night, according to a Dayton police incident report.
The man exchanged messages with an interested buyer to meet at a Dayton church and sell his gold Apple iPhone XS Max for $800.
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The buyer met up with the man, handed him folded up money and left on foot, the incident report read. The seller later realized the money was fake and had the word “replica” printed on all eight bills.
The suspect is described as a young and of thin build, with short black hair and a light mustache. He was wearing a black jacket, sweatpants and white tennis shoes.
No arrests have been made.
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