The Spanish Police annihilated the largest money counterfeiting network in Europe, formed by six Romanians and four Bulgarians. The group was charged for forging and putting into circulation over 400,000 euros, the Spanish press informs on Wednesday.

The Bulgarians forged the banknotes, mainly 200 euros, in Bulgaria, then transported it in Spain in secret compartments of their cars. Once in Spain, the money was used for shopping sprees by the Romanian group.

Investigators say the forgeries were excellent, with ultraviolet rays being unable to detect the counterfeit.