Apr 15, 2016 2:42 PM

Caller tells residents he's 'officer Sean White' in a Hanover phone scam

NH1.com

HANOVER — Police said several residents have received threatening messages on their answering machines Friday.

Residents have reported that they've been receiving messages from an "officer Sean White," who police say doesn't exist. Residents also said that the caller claiming to be an officer, tells people he has important information for the homeowners and leaves a return number of 325-400-8607.

Police are telling residents that the caller is trying to scam people for money, and that if a resident receives a fraudulent call that you should call them at 643-2222.



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