LONGMONT - Longmont police have released a photo of a couple suspected of using counterfeit cash.
The image is from a Walmart survailance camera. Police are not releasing the location of the Walmart.
Police say counterfeit bills are circulating in the city.
According to Longmont Police, they have discovered $1,600 at a Walmart, a McDonald's and an Office Depot at the end of July.
Would you know how to spot real money from counterfeit bills? Real cash is made from compressed linen. Counterfeit cash is usually made from resume paper. Also, fake money may also disintegrate in a washing machine.
The Secret Service has a website where business owners can learn how to detect counterfeit money: http://1.usa.gov/2TuSev.
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