Lethbridge Police laying charges in connection to multiple incidents of counterfeit bills being passed at local businesses.
On August 30th, police responded to a report of a car prowling in the area of Kinsmen Park.
A man matching the suspect’s description was located and arrested after officers determined he was breaching release conditions.
Police also found a fake $100 bills with the same serial number as a string of others that had been passed at No Frills, Panago, 7-Eleven, and a Taber corn stand.
29 year old Shaun David Dyck is facing a number of charges including possession of counterfeit currency and uttering counterfeit currency.
He’s due in Lethbridge Provincial Court early next month.