Cops Shut Down Suspected Bradford Counterfeit Currency Mill

Two Women Facing Charges

Ever wonder what goes into making counterfeit currency? Police have given us a snapshot into the tools used after shutting down an alleged currency operation in Bradford.

Money, computers, scanners, cell phones, printers, ink, and a point of sale device all seized during a Thursday raid.

The South Simcoe Police Service say a slew of funny money production equipment was seized from a Bradford apartment building Thursday morning, the end result of a counterfeit currency investigation that began in May.

Two women, aged 31 and 36 now face a long list of charges, including Drug Possession, as investigators add some crystal meth was also seized during the search.