How low could this guy go? Stealing money from a child is absolutely pathetic.

Police in Washington are looking to identify the man in the photo below. They say he used a counterfeit $100 bill to buy a drink from a child's lemonade stand, leaving the boy profitless.

The Everett Police Department reported that an 11-year-old boy named Jeremy spent his allowance money to set up a lemonade stand outside his home.

"As he worked in the sun trying to earn a little extra spending money, he was approached by the pictured suspect, who offered him a 100-dollar bill for a drink but asked for exact change," police said in a statement released Thursday, which included a photo of the suspect.

The boy gave him $85 and later went to a local gas station where he learned the $100 bill was fake and he was out all of his allowance money.

GoFundMe has been set up for Jeremy, and he's already made back his money.  In fact, it has raised more than $11,000.

5 Ways To Tell A $100 Is Fake

Red seal and imprint FAKE on the US dollar banknote. Isolated. 3D Illustration
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  1. The old bald white guy on the front is Dr. Phil.
  2. You recognize it from the last time you played "Monopoly".
  3. When you hold it up to the light, the person who gave it to you mutters, "Damn!"  and runs out of the store.
  4. The ink rubs off on your fingers when you use it to snort cocaine.
  5. If you hold it upside down, the serial numbers spell "BOOBIES."

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