Orland Park Alerts Residents to Vehicle Sticky Note Scam


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Orland Park, IL – The Village of Orland Park has reported an increase in suspicious solicitations involving sticky notes left on vehicles. These notes, containing only a phone number and a request to call back, are believed to be part of a scam.

According to the Orland Park Police Department, residents should disregard and dispose of any such notes. Authorities are investigating the matter and urge the community to remain vigilant against potential scams. 

The department emphasizes the importance of not engaging with unknown solicitations and reporting any suspicious activity.


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