Police warn Falkirk area businesses following use of 'fake' notes at retailers
Businesses in the Falkirk area have been urged to check all notes tendered following reports of “fake” money being used to buy goods.
Sham cash was recently passed to retailers in Falkirk and Grangemouth.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Inquiries are continuing in to reports of 'fake' notes that have been passed to businesses in the Falkirk and Grangemouth areas.
“Officers are liaising with relevant partners and further advice and guidance will be issued shortly. The guidance to business would be to thoroughly check any notes passed.”