- Beware of someone wanting to
sell you a CB radio, a TV or some other object at an
obviously "low price." Check out the serial number
and if you are uncertain about it, check with the police to
be sure. If there is no serial number, notify police.
- If you have purchased any item
and find that its serial number has been removed, scratched
off or painted over, let your police know about it. Tell
them the details as to whom you purchased it from, where
that person, lives, etc. There may not be anything wrong,
but your information could also lead the police to identify
a stolen property ring operating in your area.
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For more information, contact the Office of
State Senator Vincent J. Fumo.
|1208 Tasker Street|
Philadelphia, PA 19148
|2637 East Clearfield Street|
Philadelphia, PA 19134
|Senate Box 203001|
Harrisburg, PA 17120-3001
|Copyright © 1996 by State Senator Vincent J. Fumo. Copyright is not claimed as to part of the original work prepared by an employee of the Senate of Pennsylvania, or Commonwealth governmental officer or employee as part of that person's official duties. All rights reserved. No part of this transmission may be copied, downloaded, stored, disseminated, transferred, or used, in any forms or by an means, except with State Senator Vincent J. Fumo's prior written permission.|