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Police arrest fake currency dealer at Kasoa; how he produces the fake money revealed

The suspect, Kofi Appiah pseudonym Dacosta, was captured at Estate intersection close to Kasoa possessing heaps of 50 cedi notes suspected to be phony, and some dollar notes.

The police noticed that few phony monetary standards were recovered in his loft after a hunt was directed.

Addressing the media, the Divisional Crime Officer for Kasoa, DSP Owusu Dwomoh demonstrated that the suspect, who has referenced another person as the wellspring of the phony cash, will before long be put under the watchful eye of the court.

"Toward the beginning of today, following up on insight, we had data that somebody was managing in counterfeit cash. We dispatched our men to the space and captured one suspect… The things were covered up on the housetop of his condo.

We held onto them and sent them to the station. We likewise saw dark papers slice to the size of cash notes. Upon cross examination, he referenced somebody at Accra Newtown as the person who gave the things to him. We are as yet leading an examination concerning the matter and after examinations, we will put him under the steady gaze of the court," the police expressed.

DSP Owusu Dwomoh further encouraged the general population to be wary when executing cash-related business with individuals.

"General society ought to be mindful about these individuals. What they ordinarily do is that they will come to you that they need to get a few things, and afterward they will put counterfeit 50 notes on top and underneath a pack. In the event that you don't check as expected, you will think every one of the notes they are giving you is certified, however they aren't."

He additionally approached the general population to report such advancements to the police for move to be made.

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