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Counterfeit ring stings Packers fans selling tickets at Lambeau

Green Bay police say they're seeing an increase of counterfeit bills used to buy Packers tickets on game days outside Lambeau Field. According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, police expect the activity to increase as the Packers finish the regular season with two home games and at least one playoff game.
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Green Bay police say they're seeing an increase of counterfeit bills used to buy Packers tickets on game days outside Lambeau Field. According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, police expect the activity to increase as the Packers finish the regular season with two home games and at least one playoff game.

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