Four accused of selling fake gambling chips

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Macau police have announced that four local residents have been indicted for fraud after selling HK$1.47m (US$189,790) in fake VIP gaming chips to two businessmen.

The suspects charged include four locals, two unemployed residents and two local drivers, with another suspect still at large.

According to police authorities, in November of last year a local businessman met with one of the suspects, a 32-year old local unemployed woman surnamed Ma, who told him she could sell him gaming chips at a discounted rate.

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