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Police: woman had counterfeit $100 bills at outlets

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LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) -

A Sinking Springs woman has been charged with passing and attempting to pass counterfeit cash at the Rockvale Square Outlets in Lancaster County.

East Lampeter Township police said 32-year-old Toni Lyn Miller passed a counterfeit $100 at one outlet store and attempted to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at four others.

In each incident, police said Miller would select an inexpensive item to receive a large balance of change in return. Two counterfeit $100 bills were recovered.

Miller was charged five counts of felony forgery, four counts of attempted theft and one count of theft.

She was arraigned on the charges and sent to Lancaster County Prison on $2,500 cash bail.

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