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Cumbria Police release CCTV in counterfeit bank notes probe

Police want to speak to this man

[P]olice are investigating an incident where a man has used counterfeit notes across Cumbria.

The man has used fake Ulster Bank £50 notes to pay for items of food at Burton Services on the M6, Boyes in Kendal and Cranstons Food Hall in Penrith.

The offences at Burton Services and Cranstons occurred on the 26th June and the offence at Boyes a day later.

Anyone with any information is requested should email [email protected] or contact 101 and ask to speak to PC Lucy Dunning. Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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