Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2020

Updated: Mon 29th Jun

Warning after doorstep scammer claiming to sell “COVID-19 vaccine” targets Wrexham households for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Monday, Jun 29th, 2020

Residents across Wrexham are being warned of a door to door scammer claiming to sell “COVID-19 vaccines.”

Police say they have received reports of a male targeting properties in the Bertie Road area of town asking for £70 for a vaccine.

In a tweet, police said: “There is no such thing. Be alert and don’t buy anything on the doorstep.

“Visit Friends against scams website to learn how to protect yourself and others.”

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