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A report from Inspector Terecita Pinder, press liaison officer in Grand Bahama, is warning the public to be on the lookout for fake Bahamian $100 notes which police have been discovered in circulation at a number of businesses.

Counterfeit Money Circulating

A report from Inspector Terecita Pinder, press liaison officer in Grand Bahama, is warning the public to be on the lookout for fake Bahamian $100 notes which police have been discovered in circulation at a number of businesses.

Insp. Pinder is reporting that the counterfeit $100 notes bear the serial number A330535 and said they want the public to be aware that they are circulating in Grand Bahama presently.

She said police are warning members of the public, particularly business operators, to be vigilant when collecting $100 Bahamian notes and that they should contact the police if they receive any of the counterfeit notes.

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