There are new warnings from law enforcement officials about a kidnapping scam that has targeted parents all over Massachusetts.
Investigators believe the caller was in Puerto Rico, and they believe the scammer gathered the information from Facebook and other social media.
Police in Merrimack, N.H., are telling people to be on the lookout for an elaborate job scam that could result in identity theft.
The victims, most of whom were from the greater Boston area, lost approximately $16,000 as a result of the scheme.
The RMV is warning consumers to watch out for scammers selling cars with reconstructed titles that mask vehicles damaged during Hurricane Sandy.
Two sisters in Manchester, New Hampshire thought the men that came to their home were going to mow the lawn. Instead, the men stole from them and took off.
Airlines say there is little they can do because they can’t ask any questions about a person’s disability.
According to Rockland and Abington Police there have been a number of reports of people receiving phone calls on their cell phones and being told their children have been kidnapped.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley wants people to be aware of potential charity scams related to the Boston Marathon bombings.
A 22-year-old Reading man is under house arrest, after allegedly scamming Woburn residents out of at least $225,000 dollars.