DECATUR, Ind. (WFFT) — The Decatur Police Department is urging the public and local businesses to take a closer look at the money they have.
DPD says they have received reports of fake money in their area Tuesday.
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Police received a fake $20 bill that is that has several indicators that show it is not legal tender.
One indicator Decatur police noted about this example was the feel of the money, which was was "glossy to the touch."
Another giveaway is that there are several spottings on the bill that indicate the money is for "motion picture purposes."
President Andrew Jackson also has a smirk on his face.
In December, the Warsaw Police Department warned the public about fake $100 bills that local businesses reported to police.
If you find yourself in possession of fake counterfeit currency contact your local authorities.
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