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Tips help Greensburg cops identify suspect in passing counterfeit bill

Paul Peirce
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Greensburg Police
Greensburg Police have obtained an arrest warrant for Jonathan D. Sherback, 28, of Pittsburgh, who is accused of passing a fake $100 bill at a city pharmacy Thursday. Anyone with information on his location should call police at 724-834-3800.
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Surveillance photograph released by Greensburg Police of suspect who allegedly passed counterfeit $100 at Precision Care Pharmacy Thursday. Police have obtained an arrest warrant for Jonathan D. Sherback, 28, of Pittsburgh. Anyone with information on his location should call police at 724-834-3800.
Surveillance photograph released by Greensburg Police of suspect who allegedly passed counterfeit $100 at Precision Care Pharmacy Thursday. Police have obtained an arrest warrant for Jonathan D. Sherback, 28, of Pittsburgh. Anyone with information on his location should call police at 724-834-3800.

Tips from the public helped Greensburg Police identify a 29-year-old man who allegedly passed a counterfeit $100 bill June 20 at a downtown pharmacy.

Police have obtained an arrest warrant for Jonathan D. Sherback, whose last known address was Pittsburgh, on charges of retail theft, theft by false impression and receiving stolen property. Sherback has also formerly lived in Greensburg and Latrobe, according to court documents.

Police allege Sherback passed the counterfeit bill about 5:45 p.m. at Precision Care Pharmacy at 434 E. Pittsburgh St. and then fled in a black Nissan. Police released a photograph of the suspect following the theft, which led to learning his identity.

Detectives are asking anyone who may know where Sherback is to telephone police at 724-834-3800.

Paul Peirce is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul at 724-850-2860, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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