Cops: Men use bogus bills to pay for $500 puppy

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Police in Lancaster County say three men used $500 in counterfeit cash to pay for a puppy.

PennLive.com reports it happened Monday night in Earl Township. Police say the men passed five bogus $100 bills to pay for a Shih Tzu puppy that had been advertised for sale.

New Holland police say the suspects left in a gray or silver Mercedes SUV.

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Information from: Pennlive.com, http://www.pennlive.com

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