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Screen_Shot_2015-02-09_at_8.03.21_PMA new set of counterfeit currency have surfaced and business owners and vendors are advised to be on the lookout for the fake currency. The monies popped up in Belize City, on the 6th of February at about 11:00a.m., police visited the Michael Finnegan Market located at the Corner of Cemetery Road and West Collet Canal in Belize City and spoke to several fruit vendors who handed over seven $20.00 with six notes having the same serial number: DL287655 and one with serial number DL183156. Also on the 9th of February at about 1:00 p.m. police visited the Belize Bank located on Albert Street, Belize, where the teller handed over a $50.00 bill with serial number DJ792434. All notes have been confirmed to be counterfeit. Again business owners and vendors are advised to be on the lookout for counterfeit currency and to notify the police immediately when this occurs.

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