Man Acting as Verizon Employee Pushes, Robs Hudson Valley Woman
Police need your help as they search for a man who posed as a Verizon worker, entered a Hudson Valley woman's home, attacked her and stole from her.
The New York State Police in Wappinger are investigating a robbery that occurred on Thursday around 11 a.m. on Scarborough Lane in the Town of Wappinger.
An investigation revealed an unknown middle-aged man approximately 5'7" with an average build, short dark hair, wearing a dark gray short sleeved button down shirt, blue pants and dark shoes came to the home posing as a Verizon employee.
He reportedly did not display any credentials but told the resident that he had a “special upgrade package” to offer.
The man then entered the home, pushed the victim and stole her wallet, police say.
Any persons with any information regarding this incident or similar incidents are asked to please contact Investigator DuBois at (845) 677-7300. Please refer to SJS# 8447293.
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