Selma Police alerted the public on Wednesday about counterfeit money. Police said a counterfeit $10 bill was passed on Thanksgiving Day at a Selma business.
Police said the person who passed the bill said she received it as change when she paid for a meal at a Smithfield restaurant last week.
Police said the counterfeit money was missing several security features and did not feel like real currency.
A number of counterfeit $10 bills were passed in the area in August. More recently, counterfeit $20 bills were passed at area stores in early-October.