Police issued surveillance footage regarding a series of crimes earlier this week in the southern interior, calling the man in the photos "a person of interest."
According to the RCMP, surveillance images were captured in the Merritt area.
On Thursday, the police announced that it was looking for suspects who would have been responsible for attempting to transfer counterfeit money at two service stations, while engaging in two hit-and-run incidents.
According to the police, the incidents of counterfeiting took place on November 4 and 6, both incidents taking place on November 6.
Police said the suspect was a white man in his twenties to thirties. He is about five feet six inches tall, with medium build and brown hair. He also has a chipped upper right tooth.
The last time the suspect was seen, she was wearing jeans, a gray and black two-tone jacket, a black baseball cap with a white diamond logo and a sticker still stuck on the outside edge.
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An image of the truck, via a surveillance video in West Kelowna, was also released. The truck is a Dodge Ram D150.
"The BC The RCMP wishes to thank the public for its advice, as possible sightings have been reported to the police and are being monitored by the appropriate police," said Capt. Jesse O & # 39; Donaghey.
He also stated that the public should not approach the suspect vehicle or any of its occupants if they are located in the community.
If you have any information about this, you are asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
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