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Police warning after counterfeit money used in Falmouth

Published at 3:05pm 20th January 2018.

Falmouth Police have issued are advising people who deal with cash to be wary after counterfeit money was used in Falmouth.

A spokesperson for Falmouth and Heston Police said: "Yesterday, three young females have used two counterfeit £50 bank of Ireland notes in a Falmouth shop. Anyone that deals with taking cash, please keep vigilant."

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