The Secret Service is investigating the alleged use of counterfeit money by students at a Massachusetts high school, the Boston.com reported.

Since last week police said students allegedly passed, or tried to pass $50 worth of counterfeit bills, Falmouth police said.

Two students were arrested and charged with possession of counterfeit notes, Boston.com reported.

The bills were found while performing a final count of cafeteria receipts at Falmouth High School, as well as at Coffee Obsession, a cafe in the same town.

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