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THE ROYAL BARBADOS Police Force has advised the public that it has not issued any alert about two men dressed in overalls going to houses claiming they were there to “change phones” as is being said on social media.
“At this time, we cannot substantiate this claim because we have not received any reports to date.
“However, we do advise persons that they should always be on their guard to visitors to their home representing companies,” police public relations officer Inspector David Welch said.
He advised people to request identification from visitors and stressed that they should not readily open their doors.
Welch said if individuals are in doubt, they should make contact with the police or the company the visitors claim to represent.
Police are appealing to anyone who has encountered the men to report the matter to the police immediately at 211 or the nearest police station. (PR/NB)

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