Counterfeit Bills Discovered by Cold Spring Businesses

Police ask for vigilance after two recent incidents

The Village of Cold Spring Police have reported two cases involving counterfeit $10 bills. The first incident occurred Saturday, Jan. 5, when a local merchant reported four counterfeit $10 bills had been passed at a local restaurant. On Monday, Jan. 7, another person reported receiving one counterfeit $10 bill from a local supermarket. The Cold Spring Police urge local merchants to be on the lookout for any currency that may be counterfeit. The case is under investigation at this time.


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