Dayton businesses hit with counterfeit bills

Two Dayton businesses were hit with counterfeit bills recently, with one company reporting multiple incidents in 24 hours, according to Dayton police reports.

GoPuff, a delivery service app, received three counterfeit $20 bills and one counterfeit $50 bill during three incidents, according to reports.

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Three women on Victoria Avenue were reportedly involved in each incident.

The counterfeit bills had “For Motion Picture Purposes” inscribed on them and a serial number of MP10033014P, read the reports.

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The incidents took place around 12:26 a.m., 1:20 a.m. and 9:22 p.m. Sunday.

During the third incident, the delivery driver told the women he had to cancel the order when they gave him the counterfeit money, according to the report.

He reportedly attempted to take their pictures, but they fled the scene and hid.

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A West Third Street Domino’s also reported receiving counterfeit bills early Monday morning.

A delivery driver for the company was delivering an order to an Elaine Street residence when he received two counterfeit $20 bills as payment, according to the report.

Once the driver was back at the store, he realized the bills said “Motion Picture Only,” read the report.

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