Someone in Alaska is using counterfeit money and did so to buy Girl Scout cookies. Anchorage police say two men used fake money for the cookies a week ago while at a Fred Meyer. The duo is accused of going up to Eagle River's Troop 690 several times outside of the grocery store with three 100-dollar bills, asking to buy cookies and then receiving change. The bank later told the girls that the money was fake. The Girl Scout Council of Alaska is going to reimburse the money to the troop but will stop accepting large bills for cookie sales.
Source: Metro News