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Tullahoma Police Department warn of COVID-19 scam

Tullahoma Police Department is warning the public of a new scam that is being perpetrated in the name of the Tullahoma PD.

In this scam attempt, the caller poses as a representative of the department and then ask for money in support of COVID-19 relief efforts.

The Tullahoma Police Department says: “We want the citizens of our great city to know that we will never solicit money via phone or by any other means. If you are a recipient of one of these calls please let us know.”

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Never give out personal information over the phone and do not be aggressive toward the caller, which can lead to retaliation as learned in a recent incident in Manchester.

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