Counterfeit notes discovered in Ingapu

Local authorities seized 58 K 10,000 counterfeit notes in Ingapu Township in Ayeyawady Region on Tuesday, police reported yesterday.

U Aung Min Htike, the administrator of Kwinkauk Village, sent the counterfeit notes to police on October 25.

He collected them from residentsin different villages, including two bills from a monk at a monastery in Kungyangon Village, two from Ma Aye Aye Khaing, a seller in Khonegyi Village- tract, four from a buyer who purchased construction materials from U Hla Kyaing Store and the other 50 brought by other residents.

Currently, police members put forth concerted efforts to arrest the owner of the fake notes Counterfeit notes discovered in Ingapu across Ingapu Township, said a police officer of Kwinkauk Police Station.

Police opened a counterfeit note investigation under Section 105/106 of the Central Bank of Myanmar Law.

Source: Global New Light of Myanmar

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