Potential scam reported in Ontario

A potential scam has been reported in Ontario, according to the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office.

According to reports, a man driving a white Mini Cooper with no plates is going door to door, telling residents he needs to do inspections of their residences for $200 a piece.

This individual is not associated with any government agency, according to the sheriff’s office.

If you have more information, contact the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office at (608) 269-2117 or the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office at (608) 637-2123.

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