JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (WIVB) - Jamestown Police are warning residents about a pair or trio of crooks posing as representatives of phone, television or internet services, such as Windstream or DirecTV.
As of Friday, police have received three reports of one or two black men and one white man driving around in either a dark green or black van or a dark-colored truck. The men claim to be representatives of some type of service in an attempt to gain access to a home or business.
Right now, authorities say they are unaware if the men have ever been successful. However, they caution residents to be careful, always make sure a representative of a service has a proper ID badge, and call police if you see anything suspicious.
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