Source Pravda.Ru

Moscow Lawenforcers Detain 2 Georgian Nationals Having 230,000 Counterfeit Dollars On Them

The Moscow police have detained two Georgian criminals on suspicion of an attempt to sell a major batch of counterfeit dollars. Two Georgian nationals, aged 29 and 44, suspected of committing robberies across the Moscow region, ran into policemen in Moscow. They tried to escape in a car but failed. Discovered in their car was a plastic bag containing 230,000 counterfeit dollars in 100-dollar notes, according to the city's lawenforcements. The detained are now under investigation.

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