Georgetown Police Warn Of Possible Classified Ad Scam

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 1/03 8:23 pm
A posting from the Georgetown Police Department on its Facebook page, asked people to contact them who answered a classified ad for a nanny-housekeeper that appeared in the Georgetown News-Graphic in late November.

Investigators said the ad, that was published November 26-28, 2013, may have been part of an on-going scam.

Investigators said the ad asked interested parties to apply to the email address: steph.lady69@gmail.com 

If you answered the ad or have any information, call Officer Raymond Brun of the Georgetown Police Department at 502-863-7826.
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