Taco Bell Crime of the Week, Part VII

Who knew there were Taco Bells in bloody New Hampshire???


At least two people have been arrested for passing counterfeit money at Taco Bell on Loudon Road, and a woman whose photograph was broadcast in connection to the crime has been cleared. It was a case of mistaken identity, according to Lt. Keith Mitchell of the Concord Police Department.

About 10 p.m. on Nov. 19, the police say a different woman in a red sweater entered the Taco Bell and used three counterfeited $20 bills to pay for a large food order. Still shots taken from the restaurant's surveillance camera and sent to the media show a smiling woman in a red sweater waiting for her order. The woman in the picture is innocent.

"She's been eliminated as a suspect in that case, but it's still under investigation," said Mitchell, who added that the press release identified the woman in the photograph as a "person of interest" who needed to be identified, and that she wasn't necessarily labeled a suspect. "She's been very cooperative with us, which has led to her being cleared."


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