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Warsaw Police release warning after businesses receive counterfeit $100 bills

WARSAW, Ind.—The Warsaw Police Department is warning the public about counterfeit money in the area after several businesses were given fake bills.

The police department, in a post to its Facebook page, said that on December 2, several businesses received counterfeit $100 bills.

Police are warning that the magnetic strip is on the wrong side of the fake bill and when holding it up to the light, the watermark is incorrectly Alexander Hamilton, instead of Franklin.

Fake bills found so far have the same number, DF45248991A, police said.

The investigation into the fake bills is active and police are asking anyone who suspects they have been a victim of counterfeit money to contact them at 574-372-9511.

Photo courtesy of Facebook/ Warsaw Police Department

Photo courtesy of Facebook/ Warsaw Police Department

Photo courtesy of Facebook/ Warsaw Police Department

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