McCandless Police Warn Residents of Possible Phone Scam

Jeff Oravitz
July 30, 2020 - 3:17 pm
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McCandless police are warning residents that there have been reports of a phone scam making its way through a number of North Hills neighborhoods.

In a statement, police say a male caller identifying himself as a McCandless police Sergeant told victims the person that there was an active warrant out for their arrest and they needed to give him $4,000.

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Police say they never call citizens and demand money.

If you receive a call like this, police are urging you to report it immediately.

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