Counterfeit cash is circulating through the tri-state area with hundred tollar bills so realistic they can pass as the real thing. In fact, you may have some and not even know it.
Police on Tuesday were searching for a suspect who sneaked into a room at the New York Palace Hotel on Madison Avenue, and stole several items from a 79-year-old woman’s purse.
GardaWorld armored car services picked up the cash at Revel on Aug. 6.
The extensive damage was found Tuesday morning in a public parking area under the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway near Cumberland Avenue.
Information from a man who had been stopped for allegedly riding an all-terrain vehicle on the sidewalk led police to a locker full of ATVs, dirt bikes and loaded guns – and a separate stash of heroin and cash – in Brooklyn this week.
According to police, the suspect has broken into 25 homes, stealing jewelry, money and electronics.
Earlier this week a once anonymous California millionaire, later identified as Jason Buzi, announced plans to hide cash around the city.
A northern New Jersey man faces numerous charges after a stolen minivan was allegedly set on fire.
Police this weekend found 10 kilos of cocaine in a car they pulled over for defective lights in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Surveillance cameras captured two possible suspects entering the building at West 111th Street near Broadway on Monday night.
The transit agency has installed the first ticket machines that will dispense dollar bills instead of dollar coins for change at Newark Penn Station.
A team made up of detectives from the Newark Police department along with members of Essex County’s Viper Unit collaborated to conduct the raid in the 500-block of South 11th street.
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