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Polish police bust gang suspected of passing off fake British bank notes

29.05.2020 14:28
Polish police say they have busted a gang suspected of circulating counterfeit British bank notes.
Photo: cbsp.policja.pl

Three men have been detained by Poland's Central Bureau of Police Investigation (CBŚP).

The suspects are believed to have exchanged fake GBP 20 notes in several dozen currency exchange points in Gdańsk and other towns in northern Poland, the bureau said on its website.

Officers searched the suspects and their places of residence, and found over 120 banknotes. The serial numbers on many notes were the same, the bureau added.

The suspects could face up to 15 years in jail if found guilty.


Source: IAR