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Man arrested after police find $800 in counterfeit cash at Plymouth residence

By KEVIN LANDRIGAN
New Hampshire Union Leader

January 26. 2018 6:32PM
Clifford Reitsma (Plymouth Police Department)



PLYMOUTH — Plymouth police officials said Friday they believe they have broken up a counterfeit money operation.

Clifford Reitsma, 36, was arrested for forgery and was arraigned Friday in Grafton County Superior Court on several felony and misdemeanor charges that included possession of methamphetamine, officials said.

The investigation began in the early morning hours Friday when officers went to the 7-Eleven convenience store on Main Street on the report of a counterfeit $20 bill being passed.

Based on information gathered, officers then went to a house in town and said they saw money currently in the process of being counterfeited at the residence.

Officers found about $800 in counterfeit money at the residence.

Police officials said they believe Reitsma had passed fake money in the town for several days prior to his arrest.

This investigation is ongoing and could result in further arrests and additional charges, officials said.

Anyone with information about this investigation is urged to call the Plymouth Police Department at 536-1804.


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