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Low-rolling counterfeiters spending bogus bills at garage sales

Cars and jewelry? Well, maybe toy cars and fake jewelry. The counterfeiters at work in St. Cloud and Elk River over the weekend spent their homemade fives and twenties at garage sales. The Secret Service advises folks lo look for the security strip embedded in every bill worth more than a buck.
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Cars and jewelry? Well, maybe toy cars and fake jewelry. The counterfeiters at work in St. Cloud and Elk River over the weekend spent their homemade fives and twenties at garage sales. The Secret Service advises folks lo look for the security strip embedded in every bill worth more than a buck.

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