Columbia Police were looking for a man Tuesday after they say he handed at least two local businesses fake $20 bills.
Officers say the man was driving a red pickup truck with a yellow decal on the tailgate that said "Clean Money."
The man was at the Columbia Center development at about 9 p.m. Sunday. While it was the second time police think he used a counterfeit $20 bill, it was the first time his image was caught on surveillance.
Police did not have other identifying information about the man.
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Police are asking anyone who can identify the man in the photograph to call the Columbia Police Department at 618-281-5151.
Police Chief Jerald D. Paul said the department is asking local businesses to use the special markers that show when a bill is real.
He said two businesses have reported counterfeit $20 bills, but he thinks there could be several more bills circulating in the area.