ELMER — Borough police are looking for a man they said deposited fraudulent money orders at a local bank, according to reports.
A warrant has been issued for Adam Z. Turin, 33, of Pittsgrove, who is accused of depositing the money orders at the Pennsville National Bank on Chestnut Street, police said.
He then allegedly withdrew the money before it could be verified that the money orders were good, according to reports. Authorities said he left the bank with more than $1,900 in cash.
No arrest has been made as of Friday afternoon.
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