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Fake bank notes used in Norfolk town

16:11 07 January 2013

Fraudsters used fake bank notes in shops and pubs in Diss over the Christmas period and police are warning retailers and businesses to be vigilant.

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A number of counterfeit £20 notes were used in shops and pubs in the town.

PC James Stables said: “I would urge shop staff to carry out basic security checks and make use of the ultraviolet scanning equipment which many premises have to check the authenticity of bank notes.”

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