Fake inspection stickers pop up in 3 Suffolk towns

Suffolk police are investigating after fake car inspection stickers have been found in three towns.



In a picture obtained by News 12, you can see the stickers appear a little blurry and have faded printing.



Babylon Village enforcement officers tell Newsday about 90 of them have been found in the village, including at the train station.



In addition to Babylon, some bogus stickers were found in Brookhaven and Islip towns.



Suffolk police say drivers with fake stickers face felony charges and they could lose their car. 


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