Counterfeit money continues to surface in Salina.
According to Salina Police, the latest case involves a counterfeit $20 bill being passed at the Casey’s convenience store on South 9th Street. The bill, which was found in a bank deposit, was passed on Wednesday afternoon between 3:00 and 4:45.
Multiple other counterfeit bills have also surfaced this week.
On Tuesday, and on Wednesday a pair of counterfeit $10 bills were used at the City of Salina Water Department Office. One was discovered in a bank deposit and the other was discovered at the office.
A 62-year-old woman contacted police this week after her bank told her a $20 bill that she tried to deposit was a fake. The woman told officers she was given the counterfeit $20 in return for babysitting.
A Salina woman received a counterfeit $10 bill in change back from the Burger King on E. Iron on Monday afternoon.
When counterfeit bills are confiscated by law enforcement they are then sent to the Secret Service for further investigation.