Bogus caller warning
A warning about a suspected bogus caller trying to sell duvets has been repeated after another home was targeted. Police were called after a man called at a home in Bexfield Road in Foulsham, between Fakenham and Aylsham, at about 9.
A warning about a suspected bogus caller trying to sell duvets has been repeated after another home was targeted.
Police were called after a man called at a home in Bexfield Road in Foulsham at about 9.15am trying to sell duvets.
It followed a similar incident the same day, Thursday, in Great Witichingham.
The man was described as white, aged about 50, about 5ft 6in tall, with thick black hair and wearing heavy rimmed glasses.
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It is thought he was driving a black vehicle and was described as being persistent in attempting to sell a duvet.
Anyone experiencing problems with traders or need advice can Consumer Direct on 08454 040506.
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Any witnesses are asked to contact the police's Operation RADAR team on 0845 456 4567.