Two men in their 20s from Georgia are accused of offering to pay homeless people to cash a fake check at a bank in Dilworth. Clay County Sheriff’s Detective Jason Hicks says it’s a common scam used across the country and a sophisticated operation. Hicks says, “They’re just generating as many as they can, as quick as they can…. and then they’ll move on to, say, their next stop’ll be like somewhere in Montana and South Dakota and back and forth. They have somewhat of a circuit…. *They* know what they’re doing, but we have next to an impossible time to track exactly what their course is.” The two men were arrested after one of the homeless people gave the bank teller a note with the suspects’ vehicle description and license plate number. A search warrant affidavit says about four thousand dollars in fake checks were also cashed in Fargo and West Fargo.