Chief Michael Lyle and the Melrose Police Department wish to warn residents of a scam reported today involving people claiming to work for Amazon.
Chief Edward Richards reports that residents should be aware of a scam involving an individual falsely claiming to be collecting donations on behalf of Enfield Fire Rescue.
GLOUCESTER –Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Police Chief Edward Conley and Fire Chief Eric Smith would like to alert the community to a phone scam spoofing the phone numbers of the police and fire departments.
Chief Seth DiSanto would like to inform residents about a phone scam seeking personal information, claiming that the call recipient has committed Social Security fraud.
READING — Deputy Chief David Clark would like to alert the community to a recent increase in scams urging residents to pay for fraudulent services with gift cards.
WEST NEWBURY — Interim Chief Jeffrey Durand would like to issue a warning to residents about a recent spike in scam callers looking to access computers.
BEDFORD — Chief Robert Bongiorno would like to alert the community to a phone scam that cost a local woman $6,000 this week.
Chief Joseph O’Connor and the Concord Municipal Light Plant are issuing a warning about a recent increase in scam phone calls received by residents regarding callers posing as utility company employees.
Sgt. Kevin W. Kobza is warning Fairhaven residents about a recent telephone scam.
Fairhaven Police Department Kevin W. Kobza, Sergeant/PIO 1 Bryant St. Fairhaven, MA 02719 For Immediate Release Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Fairhaven Police Issue Warning About Telephone Scam Targeting Restaurants FAIRHAVEN — Sgt. Kevin W. Kobza is warning business owners about a recent telephone scam targeting Fairhaven restaurants. An unknown […]