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Police appeal after fake £50 notes passed in Carlisle

Police want to identify these males

Police are investigating a series of frauds and attempted frauds by the passing of fake Royal Bank of Scotland £50 notes.

On the 18th October at 10:30am, two men entered the Co-op at Central Avenue, Carlisle. They  separated, selected items and queued separately.

The first male attempted to pay for a small amount of goods with a fake £50 note.

When challenged, he took the note back and both men immediately left the store.

They also attempted this at Pets at Home on the same date and the Co-op on Blackwell Road the previous day.

Police would like to speak to the men pictured as part of the investigation. Anyone with information should contact PC 2552 Smyth on 101.

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