Phoney bills found in Ma­gog

Stanstead Journal - - NEWS - Vic­to­ria Vanier

LastWed­nes­day, of­fi­cers with the (RPM) ar­rested two women in their midtwen­ties for pos­ses­sion of and try­ing to pass fake women, who came to Ma­gog from Mon­treal in a grey Chevro­let Im­pala, them. Their ar­rest was pos­si­ble be­cause of the vig­i­lance of em­ploy­ees in sev­eral busi­nesses in the Ma­gog re­gion and the rapid in­ter­ven­tion of the RPM po­lice. The two were caught ‘in the act’, in their ve­hi­cle, with one fake bill still in their pos­ses­sion and all the mer­chan­dise that was bought with the fake money. Sev­eral sur­veil­lance DVDs will per­mit the in­ves­ti­ga­tors to pur­sue the in­ves­ti­ga­tion.

Eleven Ma­gog busi­nesses were vic­tims of this in­ci­dent and the in­ves­ti­ga­tion will con­tinue in col­lab­o­ra­tion with other po­lice ser­vices be­tween Ma­gog and Mon­treal. Be­cause the sus­pects had no pre­vi­ous records, in­ves­ti­ga­tors were obliged to re­lease them af­ter they signed a prom­ise to ap­pear in court.

who or­ga­nized the Fri­day night bin­gos at the in the Rock Is­land sec­tor of Stanstead for the past ten years, opens last Fri­day’s event. Be­low, Mr. Caron calls out the last num­ber of the last bingo game to be played at the church.

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Onil Caron,

Notre Dame de la Merci church

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