About 10 counterfeit bills have cropped up in Hodgenville businesses in the last two weeks.
“The most I’ve seen are $20 bills,” said Hodgenville City Police Chief Steve Johnson. “One was a $10 bill.”
The bills are being passed at convenience stores and fast food restaurants, Johnson said. Store owners are urged to look closely at bills and not accept any that appear suspicious.
One fake $20 bill was traced to a man who had received it in change from a small store in Hudgins in Green County, Johnson said.
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