Police say the counterfeits may have taken advantage of busy times at stores when cashiers would not pay attention to the poorly-made fake bills.
The boy's lockers and belongings were searched, with no sign of weapons or ammunition.
A Bloomington Police official says the search for missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer has begun at a landfill south of Terre Haute.
The searches over the past three weeks have covered a 10 mile radius from where she was last seen.
Saturday is “Find Lauren Day” and the Spierer’s hope volunteers will help canvass the area in the search for their daughter.
Volunteers are urged to gather at 8 a.m. at McNutt Quad on the IU Campus.
IU's Dean of Students says parents have asked about the Lauren Spierer case during freshman orientation.
Within a day of police releasing photos of a truck which may be connected to the Lauren Spierer case, police say they’ve received more than 300 phone tips.
Bloomington Police have released new photos of a vehicle of interest in the Lauren Spierer case.
IU officials confirm that a donation of $50,000 will be given to the Spierer family.