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Fake Cash

KSAL StaffDecember 17, 2014

More counterfeit bills pop up around Salina.

According to Sergeant James Feldman, a 62-year-old woman contacted police 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.

Police also report a Salina woman got a counterfeit $10 bill in change back from the Burger King on E. Iron on Monday afternoon.

Feldman tells KSAL News that when counterfeit bills are confiscated by law enforcement – they are then sent to the Secret Service for further investigation.

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