For now, the police investigation under the responsibility of the Criminal Investigation Division of Rose-Belle led to the arrest of a 50-years-old suspect. This inhabitant of Old Mill was seen on at least two sites where counterfeits were received by the shops.
Around 10 o'clock yesterday morning, the owner of a snack was presented at the counter of a commercial bank for to deposit a certain sum of money representing the recipe earlier this week. At the time of the checks, the cashier noticed the presence of a counterfeit bill of Rs 2000 from the bundle as the inhabitant of Chemin-Grenier had given him.
On board of the bank, the owner of snack is went to the police to record a statement in due form. He also gave the police crucial as to the source of the counterfeit cash in his indications. He explained that two young people showed up in his snack for a pack of cigarettes with a ticket by paying Rs 2000.
This information has been forwarded to the men of the Criminal Investigation Division of Rose-Belle led by Detective Inspector Seegolam who were entrusted with the investigation. During the day Monday, an officer of the company Stevenhills Ltd. Rose-Belle had told them the presence of a false note in his crate. According to his version of events to the police, an individual is presented to the branch Stevenhills Ltd. to exchange a ticket Rs 2000, claiming he had to do shopping in nearby shops.
Investigators were then view images of surveillance cameras the day they saw the suspect in the branch Stevenhills Ltd. This is Cramaraj Seetaramboo, 50 year-old resident of Old Mill. He was arrested Tuesday.
On this morning, the detectives continued the interrogation Cramaraj Seetaramboo to uncover this network soaked in fake traffic tickets of Rs 2000.
According duplication of information, the suspect also been seen in another shop in the South where another falsified ticket of Rs 2000 was discovered. Unofficial sources indicate that traders can easily be trapped by this fake ticket that says it does, close to perfection.
Meanwhile, police appealed to traders, mainly in the South, to exercise vigilance when they receive payments ticket of Rs 2000. In addition, any discovery of counterfeit notes should be reported as soon as the position of the nearest police station.