Counterfeit-check suspect sought |

Counterfeit-check suspect sought

The Park City Police Department is searching for a man suspected of cashing a counterfeit check at a Park City bank in November.

Investigators released an image taken from the bank’s security camera showing the man who the police say cashed the check.

The police said the dollar amount was altered after a business wrote the check, but the amount was not made public. The altered figure was approximately 10 times the amount of the original check, the police said.

The business did not realize what had occurred until recently, according to the police.

People with information about the case may contact the Police Department at 615-5500. The department’s anonymous-tip line is 615-5847.

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