The Agra Police has arrested five people who were allegedly printing Rs 100 notes in the city using a colored printer. This is the third case in the past year when the fake currency was found being circulated in large quantities in the city. But this is the first time when notes of such a small denomination are found being printed in the city itself.Special Task Force Inspector Harsh Vardhan said that the arrested men have been found in possession of colored printer, scanner, paper and fake currency of Rs 35,000. He said that all of the culprits nabbed by the police are residents of Shamshabad area in Agra. The STF is searching for their accomplices.He said that the gang used to print notes at one place for only a short time and then changed location. They only printed small denomination notes as a 100 rupee note did not attract much attention and passed the scrutiny of the shopkeepers easily.Omkar Singh, the mastermind of the gang said that the fake notes were printed with the current series ’05A’ which resembled the genuine notes. There are about a dozen agents of their gang who used to circulate these notes. The notes used to be transported in school bags so they would never get checked by the police.Omkar Singh’s mother told India Today that her son used to leave the house saying that he’s going to study law. When she asked where his books are, he used to say that the books are at his friend’s house. When asked about the college fee, he said that he arranges the fee by himself. She never guessed that he could be involved in a crime.