Suspect Who Gave Fake Bills For Gaming Console Caught On Camera

Posted at 6:41 AM, Jun 09, 2015

GALLATIN, Tenn. – Police have asked for help from the public to identify the man seen in surveillance video who bought a used PlayStation using counterfeit bills.

The victims told officials with the Gallatin Police Department they had reached an agreement with the suspect to sell a PlayStation IV.

They all agreed to meet in a Walmart parking lot. The store’s video cameras captured an image of the man.

In exchange for the gaming console, the suspect paid the victims using counterfeit $100 bills. By the time the suspects realized what had happened, the suspect was gone.

The man was described as 6 feet to 6 feet 1 inch tall with short hair and minimal facial hair. He was driving a maroon 2010-2015 model Chevrlet Camaro. Officials said one of the digits in the vehicle’s license plate was an “X.”

Anyone with information about the suspect’s identity has been asked to contact police Investigator Emily Renz at 615-452-1313.