Police warn businesses in Diss to be on the lookout for fake notes
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The white male, described as 5ft 7in with ginger hair, was reportedly wearing a white shirt with black tie, black padded jacket and black trousers when he tried to use the counterfeit notes.
It is also believed that the man has been operating in the Bungay area.
After following up reports in Diss, police annouced the counterfeit notes were Scottish £20 notes, all with the same serial numbers.
One note was seized by police and reports were recieved of another being found, both incidents took place on Victoria Road, Diss.
There are a number of ways of checking whether £20 banknotes are genuine or not, these include; checking the metallic thread which runs through the note, the print quality, watermark and feel of the note,
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Are you a business who has been given fake notes? If so then email email@example.com
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