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Southlake Police Searching for People Accused of Using Counterfeit Money

Southlake police are looking for two suspects who used counterfeit bills at restaurants on four different occasions

Police in Southlake are looking for two people suspected of using counterfeit bills at several restaurants around the city.

The individuals allegedly used fake $20 bills at Zoe's Kitchen, Snap Kitchen, Smash Burger, and Snappy Salads.

According to the Southlake Department of Public Safety, the alleged thieves committed third-degree felonies on four different occasions in order to acquire about $38 worth of items like hummus, lemon cookies and haystack onions.

The Southlake Department of Public Safety described the thieves as a black man about 6-feet tall, black, with a beard and a black woman, about 5 feet 6 inches tall, who was thin and wore glasses. Southlake DPS said the man was, "friendly and charismatic."

Anyone who recognized the suspects should email Diana Smith at or call her at 817-748-8915. Anonymous messages about the suspects can also be sent to Southlake DPS through social media.

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