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Police: Pair in possession of heroin used counterfeit $100 bills at Fred Meyer

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Pricilla Canterbury, Sarah Johnson, jail booking photos Pricilla Canterbury, Sarah Johnson, jail booking photos
Nickolas Hiatt and Noralee Nolan are wanted by Vancouver PD Nickolas Hiatt and Noralee Nolan are wanted by Vancouver PD
VANCOUVER, WA (KPTV) -

Police arrested two women accused of using counterfeit $100 bills to make purchases at Fred Meyer while they were also in possession of heroin.

Now, Vancouver police are searching for two additional suspects in connection to the investigation.

Officers responded to the Fred Meyer store at 11325 Mill Plain Boulevard on Sunday.

They located the suspects, identified as Pricilla Canterbury, 33, and Sarah Johnson, 37. Canterbury and Johnson were arrested and booked in the Clark County Jail on charges of forgery and possession of a controlled substance-heroin.

As part of the investigation, detectives said they are seeking Nickolas Hiatt and Noralee Nolan, who are believed to be associated with the counterfeit money.

Anyone with information about the location of Hiatt or Nolan is asked to contact Detective Richard Rich at richard.rich@cityofvancouver.us.

Vancouver police are also asking any businesses that may have accepted counterfeit currency from any of these suspect to call their local law enforcement agency and file a report.

The Vancouver Police Department said merchants are encouraged to take extra precautions and carefully inspect all currency by looking for the watermark. Many counterfeit bills can pass the pen test so additional inspection is needed to prevent acceptance of counterfeit currency.

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