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Man accused of using movie prop $100 bill to buy doughnuts
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Police in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina say a man ordered six doughnuts in the Donut Man drive-thru and handed the cashier a bill that read “for motion picture use only.” A police report says the man fled without his change when the cashier turned away to inspect the cash. (File art)

Police in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina say a man ordered six doughnuts in the Donut Man drive-thru and handed the cashier a bill that read “for motion picture use only.” A police report says the man fled without his change when the cashier turned away to inspect the cash. (File art)

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Authorities in South Carolina are searching for a man accused of using a fake $100 bill to buy doughnuts at a shop in Myrtle Beach.

The Sun News reports police say the man ordered six doughnuts in the Donut Man drive-thru and handed the cashier a bill that read “for motion picture use only.” A police report says the man fled without his change when the cashier turned away to inspect the cash.

Police say there are no surveillance cameras in the drive-thru area. Officers were told the man fled in a white Nissan Altima that had a state license plate and a broken trunk that flapped open and closed as he sped off.

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