Funny money found in car
BALL GROUND, Ga. (AP) - February 1, 2010 -- Finding 200-grand in a used car sounds too good to be true.
Well, the money turns out to be counterfeit.
Tye Kuykendall bought an old car from a towing company last year.
He discovered a stash of fake cash in a hidden compartment behind the back seat.
Authorities in Georgia say he bought the car for $400 after it sat for more than three years in an impound yard.
He found the funny money while fixing a gas leak.
Local authorities have called in the U.S. Secret Service to help with the case.
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