RCMP seek to identify two male suspects who used counterfeit money in Hope, B.C.

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      B.C. RCMP have released surveillance photo images of two suspects who used counterfeit money during a transaction in the Fraser Valley on Sunday.

      Upper Fraser Valley RCMP stated today (April 2) that two male suspects completed transactions that allegedly included counterfeit Canadian fifty and hundred dollar bills on the afternoon of March 29 at a service station in the 100 block of Old Hope Princeton Way in Hope, B.C.

      Police have released images of the men and their vehicle, and they are also cautioning merchants in the Lower Mainland to monitor any cash transactions.

      Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact the Hope RCMP at 604-869-7750 or, to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

      Upper Fraser Valley RCMP

      Meanwhile in other fraudulent transaction news from Metro Vancouver, a 31-year-old Surrey resident has been charged with 28 counts of fraud-related offences for allegedly using stolen data from credit cards during transactions in Richmond and Surrey.