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Fire Department Warns of Person Posing As Fire Marshal

Interested post. Found this at: raleighnc.gov

The City of Raleigh Fire Department is warning the public of a man posing as a fire marshal in Durham.

The City of Durham Police Department and the Durham Fire Department are seeking the public's assistance in identifying and locating a individual that is posing as a Durham fire marshal. The person is described as a tall black male wearing khaki pants, white shirt, and vest and is clean shaven.

City of Raleigh Fire Department personnel will be in uniform with identification easily distinguishing them as with the fire department. Raleigh Fire Prevention employees dress in either white uniform shirts with gold badges or grey golf shirts with a fire department logo. Anyone encountering an individual posing as a fire marshal without the proper identification or uniform is asked to call 911 immediately.

Anyone encountering an individual posing as a fire marshal without the proper identification or uniform is asked to call 911 immediately.

If a person identifying themselves as a fire marshal enters your business or comes to your residence, ask for identification. If they are unable to produce proper credentials, call 911 immediately. Please give the telecommunicator a description of the person and a vehicle description and direction travelled if possible.

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