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Sheriff Warns of Facebook Scam

The Sweetwater County Sheriff's office is warning people about a scam cyber crooks haveĀ  been employing on Facebook.

According to department spokesman Dick Blust, the prospective victim is contacted by someone claiming to be a person who has beenĀ  "friended" who says something has happened to their account and asks the victim to "friend" them again

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