Police in Twin Falls say there's been a rash of counterfeit cash being passed in the region. The department says  they've recovered about $400 in counterfeit money from various businesses since July 21. The bills range in denomination from $10 to $100. Police say that so far they've arrested one suspect in connection with the case and more arrests are pending. They've also confiscated several items that investigators believe were being used to create the phony money, including computers, printers, copiers and more than $1,400 in uncirculated and destroyed counterfeit bills. Police say that people should try to check the authenticity of the cash they receive and those who think they may have received a counterfeit bill may call local law enforcement agencies.