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Junio 2011. Noticias sobre billetes falsos

Junio 2011. Noticias sobre billetes falsos
Two detainees in Elche de la Sierra (Albacete) with 1,100 euros in counterfeit bills

ALBACETE, June 28 (EUROPA PRESS) -

   Agents of the Civil Guard have arrested two people in Elche de la Sierra, identified as N.E.B., 44, and Z.B., 23- after intervening 1,100 euros in counterfeit 50 euros.

   In a press release, the Sub-delegation of the Government in the province has indicated that the detainees are accused of an alleged crime of counterfeiting currency.
 
 
 
Two individuals are arrested in Vigo after trying to defraud 200,000 euros to the owner of a home for sale

They asked for the money as an advance to be able to carry out the treatment of the tickets with which they were going to pay

   VIGO, June 27 (EUROPA PRESS) -

   Agents of the Specialized and Violent Crime Unit of the National Police of Vigo have arrested two barons aged 31 and 35, both of Cameroonian nationality, as alleged perpetrators of a fraud, after supposedly attempting to appropriate 200,000 euros from the owner of a home that was for sale.

   According to the security forces, the scam consisted in telling the victim that legal tender notes are hidden by invisible ink and that, when a reagent is added, the tickets recover their normal status. To do this, they perform a demonstration with real bills, with the remaining blank paper or newspaper clippings. This process of dyeing fake bills is known as 'wash and wash'.

   In recent days, these two people had been interested in buying a house on the street Ramón Nieto street - announced in the local press - and, for this, they had contacted the owner and even visited the house several times - in the presence of the owner and some relatives -.

   The individuals made the demonstration with the tickets and, for the purchase of the house, they were left with the owner to pay 45,000 euros as an advance. However, later the suspects put up a problem to get the money, alleging the existence of obstacles when it comes to removing him from another country.

   Thus, they explained to the victim that they were going to take out the money camouflaged with the supposed invisible ink and that, for this, they needed money in advance to be able to carry out this process.

ADVANCEMENT

   At that time, the men proposed to the victim that they lend them 200,000 euros in exchange for returning the advanced money plus a 30 percent commission on a final amount of 600,000 euros.

   The National Police initiated an investigation as a result of these facts and, on the afternoon of last Thursday, established a device around the house, finally managing to identify and arrest both. The first of them has two records and the second eight, two of them for the same crime.

   Both have passed to the Instruction Court Number 7 of Vigo, acting as guard.

Two detainees in Elche de la Sierra (Albacete) with 1,100 euros in counterfeit bills

ALBACETE, June 28 (EUROPA PRESS) -

   Agents of the Civil Guard have arrested two people in Elche de la Sierra, identified as N.E.B., 44, and Z.B., 23- after intervening 1,100 euros in counterfeit 50 euros.

   In a press release, the Sub-delegation of the Government in the province has indicated that the detainees are accused of an alleged crime of counterfeiting currency.
 
 
 
Two individuals are arrested in Vigo after trying to defraud 200,000 euros to the owner of a home for sale

They asked for the money as an advance to be able to carry out the treatment of the tickets with which they were going to pay

   VIGO, June 27 (EUROPA PRESS) -

   Agents of the Specialized and Violent Crime Unit of the National Police of Vigo have arrested two barons aged 31 and 35, both of Cameroonian nationality, as alleged perpetrators of a fraud, after supposedly attempting to appropriate 200,000 euros from the owner of a home that was for sale.

   According to the security forces, the scam consisted in telling the victim that legal tender notes are hidden by invisible ink and that, when a reagent is added, the tickets recover their normal status. To do this, they perform a demonstration with real bills, with the remaining blank paper or newspaper clippings. This process of dyeing fake bills is known as 'wash and wash'.

   In recent days, these two people had been interested in buying a house on the street Ramón Nieto street - announced in the local press - and, for this, they had contacted the owner and even visited the house several times - in the presence of the owner and some relatives -.

   The individuals made the demonstration with the tickets and, for the purchase of the house, they were left with the owner to pay 45,000 euros as an advance. However, later the suspects put up a problem to get the money, alleging the existence of obstacles when it comes to removing him from another country.

   Thus, they explained to the victim that they were going to take out the money camouflaged with the supposed invisible ink and that, for this, they needed money in advance to be able to carry out this process.

ADVANCEMENT

   At that time, the men proposed to the victim that they lend them 200,000 euros in exchange for returning the advanced money plus a 30 percent commission on a final amount of 600,000 euros.

   The National Police initiated an investigation as a result of these facts and, on the afternoon of last Thursday, established a device around the house, finally managing to identify and arrest both. The first of them has two records and the second eight, two of them for the same crime.

   Both have passed to the Instruction Court Number 7 of Vigo, acting as guard
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