Hunt on for counterfeit crook who has struck twice in Kilburn
Man dupes victims into accepting fake Euro currency
Detectives are hunting for a scammer who passes off counterfeit money after persuading women that he needs change for a taxi.
The crook struck twice in the Kilburn area on June 9 after duping his victims into giving him change for a 50 Euro note.
In the first incident in Fairhazel Gardens he told the 31-year-old he claimed to be related to her neighbour.
In the second, which happened in Greencroft Gardens, he claimed to be a neighbour of the victim.
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The suspect is white and around 35.
Anyone with information is urged to call Camden Police on 0300 123 1212 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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The Metropolitan Police Service has set up a website where anyone who believes they have been a victim of fraud can report the incident.