JONESBORO, Ark. (KAIT) -Jonesboro police want to remind you to be on the lookout for any counterfeit bills that could be circulating.
According to a Facebook post by the police department, police have taken 18 reports of counterfeit money since July 1, 15 of them involving 29 different counterfeit $100 bills.
According to the post, the bills are passed all across town, from banks, stores, and citizens.
While a few are easily recognizable, police said some of the counterfeit bills aren't.
According to police, a person forging any fake money, security, postage or revenue stamp, or any other instrument can be charged with first-degree forgery, a Class B felony.
For any help needed in spotting counterfeit money, you can visit uscurrency.gov/denominations/100.