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MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

Moultrie Police are looking for two women who passed counterfeit money at two stores in the city.

They say on Tuesday, the women walked into The Home Deport on Veterans Parkway and tried to purchase items at the self-checkout lane, but the machine kept kicking the money out.

Managers were alerted and the women left the store. Investigators say the women did use the fake $100 bills at Lowe's next door.

"A short time late Home Deport called Lowe's and advised them of what happened. Unfortunately the two females did go to Lowe's and purchase some items with the with fake bills," said MPD Inv, David Jones.

Moultrie Police say the same two women also used phony money at a Home Depot in Macon and possibly at Lowe's in Florida.

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