Berea Police Search For Short-Change Thief

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Updated: 1/29/2013 9:58 pm
Berea Police say a 'short change' artist is scamming businesses.

Investigators say a woman went to a McDonalds on Monday and paid with a $50 bill.

Police say when she received her change, she switched a $20 bill with a $1 bill.

Investigators say the woman then told the cashier she had been given the wrong change.

She then asked for, and received, another $20 bill.

Police say the woman has done this in at least three other businesses.

Investigators say that she was driving a black Ford Ranger pickup.

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