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EDMONTON, CANADA - The Edmonton Police Service issued a warning Monday about a counterfeit gold scam in the city after an investigation uncovered thousands of dollars in fake gold bars that have also shown up elsewhere in western Canada.

Police began investigating after receiving information late last year regarding the sale of suspected counterfeit gold bars to various merchants in Edmonton.

“We tested the product for authenticity and quickly determined these gold bars were nothing more than copper bars plated in gold,” EPS Criminal Investigation Section Const. Robert Wellon said.

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