Palos Heights Police Warn Residents of Donation Scam Letters

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Palos Heights, IL – The Palos Heights Police Department has issued a warning about a scam involving fraudulent letters seeking donations for the Illinois State Police Fraternal Order of Police. The notice cautions residents against participating in the scam, emphasizing that the police would not solicit donations in this manner.

According to the Palos Heights Police, the scam came to their attention following reports from local residents who received these deceptive letters. The police department, in conjunction with state officials, advises the community to be vigilant and to report any such solicitation attempts. The public is reminded to always verify the legitimacy of any request for donations by contacting official sources directly.

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