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Dawlish News

Dawlish News
Dawlish News
27 Oct 2015 19:08

Warning to shop owners and staff...
Over the last couple of days there has been reports in Teignmouth, Dawlish and Newton Abbot Police of two males exchanging counterfeit £20 Scottish notes.

These males are targeting fast food shops, as well as cake shops during busy periods, often buying something small in order to obtain the most change possible.

One male is very distinctive with a scar on the side on his face. These notes feel smooth in texture, with no metallic threat or watermark.

They appear faded and off-colour, and can be easily identified using a counterfeit bank note detection pen.

If they come into your shop please report this to the police and obtain the fake note which can then be seized by police as evidence.

 

More info...http://www.bankofengland.co.uk/banknotes/Documents/kyb_lo_res.pdf

1263
1263
28 Oct 2015 13:25

What Police ???  They are still busy looking for a room to rent at the Manor after the station cuts.

Can someone also lend them a car so that they can patrol  and possibly  a torch for nightshift.

Yes obtain fake  note which the police will seize and you will be £20 out of pocket.

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Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
28 Oct 2015 19:26

1263..... That is bloody hilarious.

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