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Fake Scottish money circulating in Swaffham, police believe




Breckland Police has said reports of counterfeit Scottish money have been received in Swaffham.

Posting on social media this afternoon, the police said fake £20 Scottish notes may have been circulated in the town.

The police claim the notes appear to have the same two serial numbers on them.

Police are advising people to remain vigilant in the Swaffham area due to counterfeit money
Police are advising people to remain vigilant in the Swaffham area due to counterfeit money

These numbers are NQ292541 and KU333608.

Any information on these counterfeit notes should be reported to the police by calling 101.

Breckland Police also warned people to remain vigilant in case they are passed fake notes.



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