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Pelham police warn of fundraising scam

By Dean Shalhoup | Mar 27, 2020

PELHAM – Police have issued a scam alert to residents and business owners across town.

The scam involves fundraising activities, police said, mostly having to do with Pelham High School.

The high school “is not sponsoring any fundraising activities at this time,” police said in a statement.

Anyone who receives a phone call from a company asking for monetary donations for Pelham High or its athletic department – specifically its cheerleading program – should not make a donation, police said.

Also, anyone who has already made a donation should contact Corporal Myia Yates at 635-2411 or myates@pelhampolice.com to file a report.


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