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Police seek man using fake €100 bills

Police on Wednesday said they are looking for the whereabouts of a man who allegedly purchased items from Limassol shops using counterfeit €100 bills.

The man is being sought after police received four reports that he purchased items of low value and paid in counterfeit €100 bills. He received change amounting in total to €257,86.

Police urged members of the public to be vigilant in their cash transactions to avoid unpleasant surprises.

The man was described as being between 30 and 35 years of age, of thin built and with short, brown hair and spoke in broken Greek, police said.

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