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PA State Police warn residents about suspicious phone calls


The Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Troop M Bethlehem is advising residents to be mindful of phone calls that are being made to the public indicating the caller is an official from PSP Bethlehem.

A spokesman for the PSP Bethlehem Station said the station has been receiving calls from residents indicating they have received a phone call from the PSP Bethlehem Station requesting information from the caller.

The Pennsylvania State Police said it will never solicit money or gift cards from the public.

Troopers are advising that if you receive a call that appears to be suspicious, request the Trooper’s name and badge number and call back to the PSP Station utilizing the publicly available phone numbers for that specific PSP Station and ask to speak with that specific Trooper.

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