TOWSON, Md. (WMAR) - Police in Baltimore County have issued a warning to the public, especially senior citizens.
A number of citizens have recently called the County's Office of Budget and Finance to report that they received a phone call from unknown person(s) claiming that their annual property taxes are unpaid and delinquent.
The caller demands that additional funds be mailed to them immediately or threatens to dispatch a sheriff to their home to collect the money.
Police say citizens should take the following steps in order to protect themselves.
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