COLUMBIA, Miss. -- A man suspected of cashing an estimated $300,000 in counterfeit checks in supermarkets nationwide was arrested here last week after a massive four-year search. The long hunt was marked by a cooperative effort among the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Food Marketing Institute and the U.S. Secret Service. The suspect is Harold Lloyd Phillips, 61, according to David Rubincam, a Seattle-based FBI special agent who led the investigation for the bureau. Phillips was ...

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