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Counterfeit $100 note used at Griffith Aldi sparks police investigation | The Area News

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Police are conducting an investigation after a counterfeit $100 note was used to purchase goods from Aldi in Griffith. The fake note was allegedly used by a customer at the Aldi store between 2pm and 6pm on February 16. The employee who served the person did not notice any irregularities, but later in the afternoon a manager noted it was too heavy to be a real note. The incident was reported to police, who seized the counterfeit note and are conducting an investigation into the matter. IN OTHER NEWS The person who used the note has not been identified. In 2019, Murrumbidgee Police issued a reminder to local residents to double…



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