One Kenyan and two Chadians have been arrested in Kenya's capital, Nairobi after they were found with more than 1bn Kenya shillings ($9.9m; £7.6m) in
fake dollar and euro notes in their possession, police say .
Detectives say they made the raid after a tip-off by members of the public.
Kenya's Directorate of Criminal Investigations has tweeted this photo of the stash officers discovered:
#ARRESTED: @DCI_Kenya Detectives today afternoon arrested three men namely #AbdoulayeTamba, #AbdallaTamba (both nationals of #Chad)& #AnthonyMwangangi, a Kenyan, who is their driver following a tip-off from members of public.The three were found with over a billion fake currency. pic.twitter.com/SykuBSvC0a— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) October 1, 2018
The three men were arrested in an apartment within Nairobi by the #Flyingsquad officers who also managed to recover the fake currency which was in dollars and Euros. #CommunityPolicing. pic.twitter.com/Wyregi3g62— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) October 1, 2018