Russian woman printed the euro on a home printer and went shopping

Law enforcement officers arrested a 38-year-old resident of Krasnodar for printing and selling counterfeit money. On Monday, December 10th, in the management of the Ministry of Interior of Russia in Krasnodar Krai reported .

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According to the ministry, the woman visited local shops in the evening and under the pretext that she did not have time to exchange currency, paid goods worth up to 2,000 rubles in fake euros, and then disappeared from the scene of the crime. In this case, the suspect offered the seller a settlement at a more favorable rate compared to the bank.

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During the search, investigators found the printer on the suspect on which she, according to preliminary data, printed fake banknotes with denominations of 100 and 200 euros. A criminal case has been initiated into the incident; According to the investigation, the detainee was involved in three similar crimes.

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On September 19, it was reported that police in Dagestan detained two local residents suspected of making fake money. The police found fake banknotes in denominations of five thousand rubles for a total of about 30 million rubles, as well as blanks for more than 100 million rubles.

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