Fake news, frequently making use of tampered photos, has currently emerged as a global epidemic, mainly due to the widespread use of social media as a present alternative to traditional news outlets. This development is often due to the swiftly declining price of advanced cameras and phones, which prompts the simple making of computerized pictures. The accessibility and usability of picture-altering softwares make picture-altering or controlling processes significantly simple, regardless of whether it is for the blameless or malicious plan. Various investigations have been utilized around to distinguish this sort of controlled media to deal with this issue. This paper proposes an efficient technique of copy-move forgery detection using the deep learning method. Two deep learning models such as Buster Net and VGG with FPN are used here to detect copy move forgery in digital images. The two models' performance is evaluated using the CoMoFoD dataset. The experimental result shows that VGG with FPN outperforms the Buster Net model for detecting forgery in images with an accuracy of 99.8% whereas the accuracy for the Buster Net model is 96.9%.