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Ross-shire business flags fake £20 note warning amid calls for vigilance


By Hector MacKenzie

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A ROSS-SHIRE business is alerting members of the public to be alert to fake bank notes doing the rounds.

Jakie Fish & Chip, which operates from Muir of Ord, used its Facebook page to warn people.

It follows earlier warning from Police Scotland about fake notes in circulation.

It said it was an attempt at a £20 notes.

It says the paper quality is poor and there's no hologram and that it "looks like typical laundered money".

The business said: "We all need to be more vigilant as you may have one and unaware you have so please check before you end up handing one over and looking like a criminal."

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