UNIONTOWN, Pa. - Pennsylvania state police are looking for three or four people accused of passing stolen checks at two different Walmart stores on Wednesday.
According to Trooper Stefani Plume, one check was passed at the Uniontown Walmart and three other checks were passed at the Connellsville Walmart. The total value of the four checks was more than $600.
Investigators said after the actors made purchases with the stolen checks, they returned about 20 minutes later and returned the items for cash.
Police have released surveillance photos showing two of the suspects in hopes of identifying them. One of the suspects was wearing a white sweater and hat. The other was caught on camera wearing a Pirates hat and a black jacket with blue lining.
Surveillance also captured the car used in the crime, appearing to be a black Scion TC.
Anyone with information on the subjects is asked to contact Fayette County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-404-TIPS.
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