The Toccoa-Stephens County Chamber of Commerce says it has had recent reports of counterfeit bills.
Recently, the Chamber sent out an e-mail stating that it had received reports that counterfeit $100 bills have been circulated in the Toccoa-Stephens County area.
The Chamber said that businesses who believe they have received a counterfeit note should contact the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office or the Toccoa Police Department.
Elsewhere, the Toccoa Police Department responded to a South Pond Street apartment on Friday, where a woman told an officer that her American Bulldog was stolen from outside her apartment.
Meanwhile, a Currahee Street car dealer told Toccoa Police on February 26 that one of his dealer car tags had been taken from the office of his business.
In addition, a Big A Road store told Toccoa Police that on February 22 between 10 and 11 a.m., three white males entered the store and stole nearly $1,600 worth of electronics.
The police report stated that the three men were wearing Nike hoodies and jumped into a dark colored four-door car.
Finally, a Grove Street man reported a theft to Toccoa Police on February 21.
The man told police his bike was stolen sometime between midnight and 4:30 a.m. on February 21.
In the report, the bike is described as dark blue with one white wall tire on the front with two white reflectors with two red reflectors on the back.
All of these incidents remain under investigation.