Residents urged to watch out for scammers

PUBLISHED: 16:44 20 July 2012 | UPDATED: 16:44 20 July 2012

Scam alert!

Scam alert!

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RESIDENTS are being urged to be vigilant after two people were left hundreds of pounds out of pocket after falling victim to a telephone scam.

Cold callers in one case had details of the victim’s outstanding insurance claim and personal details.

Police are urging people not to give out personal details over the phone.

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