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Hurlock Police Looking for Counterfeit Bills

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Hurlock Police are looking for counterfeit $10 and $20 bills, which have entered the town in the past few days. Hurlock Police are looking for counterfeit $10 and $20 bills, which have entered the town in the past few days.

HURLOCK, Md. – Hurlock police are asking businesses to be on the alert for counterfeit $10 and $20 bills that have been passed in the town during the past few days.

Police said employers should take caution and inform employees on what to look for when handling currency and use a counterfeit marker when possible.

Citizens are asked to turn over any questionable or counterfeit bills to the Hurlock Police Department. For more information, call  410) 943-4020.

 

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