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crop hooded sweatshirt Tasmania Police investigating counterfeit cash in Launceston CBD

by:INGOR SPORTSWEAR     2019-07-11
Business owners in Launceston have been warned to pay attention to the $100 counterfeit note.Tasmania state police say businesses in Launceston CBD received these records this weekxa0"Obviously" is not the real thing.Notes are made of colored paper with no windows or serial numbers.
Launceston CIB wants to talk to two men and a woman about counterfeit money.The money was spent in town on Wednesday and Thursday.The first person is described as about 30 to 35 years oldyears-Old, tall, medium size, very clean, but looking rough, wearing a black hooded jersey, a dark bean hat, black sportswear and work bootsThe second person is described as about 30 years old.
years-Old, shorter than the first suspect, strong and clean, wearing a gray Billabong baseball cap,xa0Long BlueLong-sleeved shirt, black sportswear and dark sneakers.The woman is described as in her early 20 s with a thin figure, average height, brown hair, rugged appearance and hoarse voice.The warning came less than two months after police sent a similar message about North Korea's $50 counterfeit currency.
On June, police received about 20 reports about the use of fake fifties in businesses in Launceston CBD and throughout Northern tazhou.Business owners have been urged to check the authenticity of their bank notes on a regular basis.Punishmentxa0Those convicted of making counterfeit money in tazhou will be sentenced to imprisonment of up to 14 years.
Anyone convicted of use (put into circulation)xa0Counterfeit money and holding counterfeit money will face imprisonment of 12 years and 10 years
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