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Sunday August 30th, 2015 4:05PM

Secret Service warns of counterfeit 100s

By Ken Stanford Reporter
ATLANTA - The Secret Service, Atlanta Field Office is warning of counterfeit one-hundred dollar bills that are being circulated in North Georgia.

The agency has issued a warning which contains information on how to identify what the bills look like.

The serial numbers are: DB016240__A; DB124240_A; DJ863653_A; DJ663653__A; and FL993241__B.

In addition the bills have "77" on the back image right above the last zero in "100" on the right bottom of the note.

The Secret Service says anyone with any information on anyone attempting to pass these bills should contact the Atlanta office at(404) 331-6111.
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