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Florida sheriffs post man's wanted mug on $1,000 bill

Frank Carnevale
| Friday, Sept. 14, 2018, 9:15 a.m.
The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office took the extra step of posting the suspect Zachary “Ziggy” Dreiling’s mug on a $1,000 bill, while offering real cash for helping apprehend him.
The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office took the extra step of posting the suspect Zachary “Ziggy” Dreiling’s mug on a $1,000 bill, while offering real cash for helping apprehend him.

A Florida sheriff’s office took the extra step of posting the suspect’s photo on a $1,000 bill , while offering real cash for helping apprehend him. The poster reads, “This isn’t real money but the reward is.”

The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office is looking for information on Zachary “Ziggy” Dreiling, 20, of Deltona, Fla., who is wanted on two counts of attempted murder as well as one count of shooting into a vehicle.

Sheriffs say Dreiling should be considered armed and dangerous. They are offering up to $5,000 as a reward.

Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood added that the cash is real .

The department posted a few other photos of Dreiling

Anyone who has information on Dreiling is asked to contact Crime Stoppers of NE Florida at 1-888-277-8477 or visit the website .

Frank Carnevale is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Frank at 412-380-8511, fcarnevale@tribweb.com or via Twitter @frnkstar.

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