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Police issue bogus caller warning following more activity in Lymm


POLICE in Lymm are warning members of the public to be vigilant following more reports of bogus callers knocking on doors attempting to sell items and claiming to be from a prison rehabilitation scheme.

These are not genuine schemes and officers are warning members of the public to continue to be vigilant and not buy any items.
Also to report any suspicious activity via 101. If the police catch up with any of them they will be given fines for breaching covid rules
Earlier this week Warrington Police warned residents to be alert to hawkers, pedlars and door-to-door sellers who have been reported operating in the Warrington area with fake ID cards.
Yesterday officers responded to suspicious door-to-door knocking activity in the Glazebury area of Warrington which resulted in a man being issued with a COVID breach fine and being sent back to Hull!
The bogus Hawkers/Pedlars/Door-to-Door sellers in the area are using fake ID Cards like the one pictured.

Suspicious door-to-door seller issued with COVID breach fine and sent back to Hull!

Police warning over bogus door-to-door sellers with fake ID


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