Over 13,000 worth of euros have been detected in Alytus, southern Lithuania, local police said on Friday.
Forged euro note
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Some 77 forged 50-euro notes were revealed during searches on Tuesday, followed by discovery of another 188 forged 50-euro notes after questioning of a 21-year-old suspect.

The Alytus law-enforcement said it had detained a total of seven individuals on the suspicion of production and distribution of forged money.

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