Police investigate counterfeit cash passed in Michigan

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PORT HURON, Mich. (AP) - At least five businesses in eastern Michigan have reported receiving counterfeit cash.

The St. Clair County sheriff's office said businesses around Marysville, Port Huron Township and Fort Gratiot Township reported getting $100 bills last week.

The businesses included a Menards, an AutoZone and a liquor store.

Lt. Matt Pohl says other companies may have received the bills but not realized they were fake.

The sheriff's office believed the suspects were in a rented white Kia Forte with a Florida license plate.

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