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Police are warning of a higher-dollar quick-change scam going around grocery stores in Lincoln.

Officer Angela Sands said so far four have been hit, including a bank inside a grocery store in one case.

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She said the scammer pays a small bill with a $100 bill, then brings out several more $100 bills asking the cashier to break them into $20s but uses confusion tactics to keep them and take off with more.

Sands said the stores have reported losses ranging from $280 to $540.

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