Rise in cold callers in North Wales

NORTH Wales Police have issued a statement regarding a rise in cold callers.

“We’ve received several cold-caller reports in the Gwynedd North area in recent days.

“These reports have generally related to individuals knocking on at properties and offering household goods for sale.

“Selling these goods at inflated prices and trading solely in cash, individuals may typically purport to be part of a probation scheme.

“Our advice is to always politely say ‘no, thank you’ and close the door to this kind of visitor.”

A general rule of thumb to follow is always keep all your doors locked even if you are in the house.

Further advice can be found on the North Wales Police website.

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