Fake Money

Indianola authorities are warning business owners about the circulation of counterfeit money in the town.

This photo was posted on the Facebook page of the Indianola Police Department.

The department is warning business owners of the counterfeit money that has been circulating around the town.

The post explains these bills will pass the marker test, but can be identified as counterfeit by the symbols on the back, as well as the serial numbers.

Police Chief, Edrick Hall, tells the Delta News that just yesterday they received calls from a local business after receiving more than one counterfeit bill throughout the day.

If you come across any counterfeit bills, you're urged to call the Indianola Police Department.

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