Counterfeit Crook: I like Transformers and trying to pass funny money — Can You ID Me?

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His hat has the bad guy Decepticon logo on it from the Transformers — fitting since he’s accused of deceiving clerks with counterfeit cash in Everett.

He’s just one of the faces you’ll find on CANYOUID.ME, a website law enforcement from all around the state uses to help identify wanted criminals.

Everett police say this guy tried passing a bogus twenty for two packs of smokes, but the grocery store clerk figured it was fake and called 911. The guy took off — but get this — came back to the exact same store just a couple days later, trying his funny money scam again. It didn’t work, and he got away again.

Detectives think he’s in his early 20’s, has blonde and black-streaked hair, and was wearing that purple hat with the Transformers logo on it.

If you can tell officers who he is, head to CANYOUID.ME — click on his photo, and email the detective.

Or, to get the reward for his arrest, call an anonymous tip into:


You must call the Crime Stoppers hotline with your tip to be eligible to receive a cash reward for information leading to a fugitive’s arrest.

CLICK HERE for information on how to TEXT A TIP to Crime Stoppers

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