Police issue warning with fake $100 notes detected on the Gold Coast

POLICE have released an image of a woman they would like to speak to, accused of cashing in a counterfeit $100 note at a Gold Coast business.

Detectives have issued a warning to local retailers to be cautious when accepting payments with $100 notes.

The woman pictured below is alleged to have used a fake $100 note at a business in Elanora earlier this week.


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Police reference QP1601920278 PHOTO: Queensland Police Service

Police reference QP1601920278 PHOTO: Queensland Police Service

A fake $100 note passed at an Elanora business this week PHOTO: Queensland Police Service

A fake $100 note passed at an Elanora business this week PHOTO: Queensland Police Service

Anyone with concerns on how to detect a note can contact the Elanora Police Beat and arrange for a guide to be delivered to them.

Alternatively, please go to the Reserve Bank of Australia website where information be obtained on how to detect fake notes.

Anyone with information which could assist with this matter should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000.

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