According to the Plymouth Herald; Fake bank notes are being used by Irish teenagers around Plymouth.
In an article published earlier this week, it was reported that 'Shop owners are being warned to stay vigilant. Police have seized fake bank notes used by teens to buy goods from a shop in Ivybridge.
PC Tamsyn Dingley posted pictures of the counterfeit £50 Royal Bank of Scotland notes on Facebook at the weekend. She reported that the people who used the fake money were white, Irish, and around the age of 16-18.'
In the Facebook post, PC Dingley wrote: "I have seized these Royal Bank of Scotland £50 notes today from a retail premises in Ivybridge. They are fake - spot the same serial number and lack of hologram. They are also quite green looking and feel different to a normal Scottish note. Persons who used them to buy goods were described as white, Irish and aged approximately 16-18 years old. Retail premises please be extra vigilant if Scottish notes are being used."
Article Source: https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/local-news/fake-bank-notes-being-used-1963110 | By Charlotte Turner
Published: 03/09/2018 , 12.30pm
Money Point does not recommend that business owners rely solely on counterfeit pens or ultraviolet lights as a means of protecting their business from counterfeit banknotes, as these devices can be easily fooled by good quality counterfeits.
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