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Lubbock Police Warn of Telephone Scam

 

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Lubbock Police are warning citizens of another telephone scam.

On Thursday, October 17th, a woman received a phone call from an unknown suspect claiming to be a police officer around 4:30 p.m.

The suspect stated that the woman had an unpaid traffic citation from a red light camera and she needed to send him money using a green dot card.

Lubbock Police reminds citizens that red light cameras are not used in Lubbock, and the department will not ask citizens to wire money.

Anyone who receives a similar phone call is asked to call Lubbock Police at 775-2865.

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