Police warning over fake bank notes in Kings Langley

Police warning over fake bank notes

Police warning over fake bank notes

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Kings Langley police officers are asking residents to be vigilant over fake bank notes.

Police have said that there have been instances where people are approached in the street asking for change for a fake twenty pound note.

Officers are conducting regular patrols to catch and deter offenders.

Anyone who witnesses suspicious behaviour is asked to contact police via the non-emergency number 101 or dial 999 if a crime is in progress.

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12:00pm Wed 26 Feb 14

WatfordBandB says...

If a complete stranger stops me in the street asking for change for a note i will always oblige, in fact, i will also offer to loan it...
If a complete stranger stops me in the street asking for change for a note i will always oblige, in fact, i will also offer to loan it... WatfordBandB
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3:11pm Wed 26 Feb 14

CaptainPC says...

WatfordBandB wrote:
If a complete stranger stops me in the street asking for change for a note i will always oblige, in fact, i will also offer to loan it...
You are a sweetheart.....
[quote][p][bold]WatfordBandB[/bold] wrote: If a complete stranger stops me in the street asking for change for a note i will always oblige, in fact, i will also offer to loan it...[/p][/quote]You are a sweetheart..... CaptainPC
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