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Oakland police warn of phone scam from person claiming to be officer

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Someone is calling people claiming to be from the Oakland Police Department’s youth services division and asking for money in a scam, police said Friday.

The caller is calling from (510) 238-3641, impersonating an Oakland police officer and asking for money to remove the recipient from a call list.

Police said this is a scam and police will not ever call someone and ask for money.

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