Shut Out Scammers Campaign Launched, Edinburgh, 15 April 2019Add to Lightbox Download
Pictured: NEIL LOGAN, CARE AND REPAIR EDINBURGH, LORRAINE JARVIE, CRIMESTOPPERS, CHIEF SUPERINTENDANT, JOHN MCKENZIE SAFER COMMUNITIES SPECIALIST CRIME DIVISION, INSPECTOR PHILLIPA BOYD, DC GARY MCLEAN, ECONOMIC CRIME UNIT
Police Scotland is warning that anyone can be a victim of doorstep crime after householders lost hundreds of thousands of pounds to scammers.
The Shut Out Scammers campaign was launched today at the Clydesdale Bank, George Street, Edinburgh. Chief Superintendent John McKenzie was joined by colleagues from Police Scotland, Clydesdale Bank, Care and Repair Edinburgh, Crime Stoppers and Trading Standards.
Ger Harley | EEm 14 APRIL 2019
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NEIL LOGAN CARE AND REPAIR EDINBURGH LORRAINE JARVIE CRIMESTOPPERS CHIEF SUPERINTENDANT JOHN MCKENZIE SAFER COMMUNITIES SPECIALIST CRIME DIVISION INSPECTOR PHILLIPA BOYD DC GARY MCLEAN ECONOMIC CRIME UNIT Police Scotland victim doorstep crime householders scammers The Shut Out Scammers campaign Clydesdale Bank George Street Edinburgh. Clydesdale Bank Care and Repair Edinburgh Crime Stoppers Trading Standards
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