Police to businesses: Watch for counterfeits

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Bills recently surfaced in Shelby County

By Lisa King

Is there a counterfeit money ring in Shelbyville?

Police say no but add that bills are circulating in the area, which is not an uncommon problem in most communities the size of Shelby County.

Shelbyville Police Det. Jessie Paulley said that he has seen counterfeit money in Shelby during the past year.

“We have had three counterfeit bills in the last six to eight months,” he said.

That’s not counting six counterfeit $100 bills found recently in the coat of a man arrested for robbery and assault, Paulley said.

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