Donations are pouring in after the boy was scammed with a counterfeit ticket at his lemonade stand

Police in Everett, Washington are hoping the public can help identify the man who stiffed an 11-year-old boy with a fake $100 bill to buy lemonade at his stand. “Over the summer, 11-year-old Jeremy spent his allowance money setting up a lemonade stand on Beverly Blvd. While working in the sun trying to earn some extra pocket money , he was approached by the suspect pictured, who offered him a $100 bill for a drink but asked for exact change,” Everett police said in a Facebook post. Jeremy used all his pocket money to give the man $85 in change, only to find out later that the $100 bill was fake when he went to a local gas station to buy something and been left with no pocket money.However, this sad story has a good ending.When a neighbor of the family found out what had happened to Jeremy, she helped set up a GoFundMe account for him which has so far raised over $8,000. Related Video: Community Gives Sweet Surprise After Thief Steals Child Police are asking anyone with information about the suspect to please call (425) 257-8450, or d send a Facebook message.

Police in Everett, Washington are hoping the public can help identify the man who stiffed an 11-year-old boy with a fake $100 bill to buy lemonade at his stand.

“Over the summer, 11-year-old Jeremy spent his pocket money setting up a lemonade stand on Beverly Blvd. While working in the sun to earn some extra pocket money, he was approached by the photographed suspect, who offered him a $100 bill for a drink but asked for exact change,” Everett police said in a Facebook post.

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Jeremy used all his pocket money to give the man $85 in change, only to find out later that the $100 bill was fake when he went to a local gas station to buy something and s is found without pocket money.

However, this sad story has a good ending.

When a family neighbor found out what had happened to Jeremy, she helped set up a GoFundMe account for him which has so far raised over $8,000.

Related video: Community delivers sweet surprise after thief steals kids’ lemonade stand

Police are asking anyone with information about the suspect to please call (425) 257-8450 or message on Facebook.

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