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Man Uses Fake Check To Buy Farm Equipment At OKC Store

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Police say a man used a counterfeit check to purchase $6,000 in farm equipment from an Oklahoma City store. Police say a man used a counterfeit check to purchase $6,000 in farm equipment from an Oklahoma City store.
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Oklahoma City police are trying to find a man who used a counterfeit check to purchase $6,000 worth of farm equipment from a northwest Oklahoma City store.

The man bought the merchandise from Smith Farm and Garden. Police say the suspect is a white male who was wearing a tan shirt, jeans, and white baseball cap at the time of the crime. He was also driving a white pickup truck.

Police are trying to identify the man. They've released several surveillance photos of him as he walked through the store. They also released a picture of his white pickup truck parked in the store's parking lot.

Anyone with information about the fraud is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (405) 235-7300. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

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