�10m fake cash maker found in Romford brothers’ house

Two brothers have been jailed after police found a machine, capable of making nearly �10m of forged cash, in their Romford home.

Jason Dooley, 35, of Lower Bedfords Road, was jailed for seven years and four months for possession with intent to supply cocaine; possession with intent to supply amphetamines; and possession of counterfeit currency and counterfeit-making machinery, at Snaresbrook Crown Court, on Friday.

Edward Dooley, 20, of the same address, was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment for possession with intent to supply amphetamines, and possession of ammunition.

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