Search for three suspects passing $50 bills

The Rehoboth Beach Police Department has issued a crime advisory following people passing counterfeit money that cost several Rehoboth Avenue businesses hundreds of dollars.

Anyone having contact with the suspects is asked to immediately call 911.

On the evening of Saturday, April 22, officers responded to multiple retail stores located in the first two blocks of Rehoboth Avenue after the retailers discovered that they had received counterfeit fifty-dollar bills. Three suspects, two black females and one black male, used counterfeit money to make purchases and/or request change. 

The first suspect is described as a black female between five feet two and five feet five inches tall and about 110 pounds. She was wearing a black AC/DC baseball hat, a zip-up jacket and shorts.

The second is described as a black female between five feet five and five feet eight inches tall and about 140 pounds.  She was wearing a baseball hat, an OD green military replica jacket, a gray shirt, a pair of shorts with black leggings underneath and black flip-flops.

The third suspect is described as a black male, about six feet tall and 150 pounds. He was wearing a black jacket, a white shirt with black print, tight blue jeans that had holes down the front of the legs and black shoes. His hairstyle was a two to three-inch tall fade. He also had a full beard and a tattoo on his left inner forearm. 

Rehoboth Beach police are asking local business to be aware and to check all large bills with a counterfeit detector pen. 

Anyone with information on the suspects pictured is asked to please contact Det. Tyler Whitman at 302-524-1391 or submit a tip through Delaware Crime Stoppers, 800-847-3333 or online at Anyone with information can also message the Rehoboth Beach Police Department via Facebook at