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Property Owners Warned in Montgomery Co
Wednesday, 28 November 2012

November 28--  Property owners in Montgomery County are being warned about thieves representing themselves as county tax assessors.

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office says an elderly woman in a rural part of the county was approached by a man who said he was working for the county tax assessor's office.  While she accompanied him out to confirm the location of a property line, his partner went into the woman's home and stole about $300 in cash.

A contractor working for Montgomery County is currently conducting a county-wife property revaluation; however, Sheriff Clarence Sanders says they will have a badge identifying themselves and that their trucks are marked.

Meanwhile, deputies are on the lookout for a white male, about six feet tall, driving a brown or gold Toyota truck.

Sheriff Sanders advises residents to deal only with personnel possessing an identification badge and asks that any suspicious situations be reported to his office.

 
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