A man on Thursday tried to use a counterfeit $10 bill at a Manchester Township restaurant, according to a press release from the Northern York County Regional Police Department.
Employees at the restaurant told police that a man tried to use the bill to purchase less than $2 worth of items from the restaurant. The cashier checked the bill with a pen used to detect counterfeits and determined the bill to be fake, according to the release.
The release says the cashier kept the bill and the man left.
The employees described the man as white and between 5-foot-2 and 5-foot-5 with tattoos on his neck and face. He wore a blue shirt, white sweatpants and a light flat-brimmed hat. He drove a Chrysler Sebring, according to the release.