Suspicious activity reported in Williamson County

Williamson County Sheriff Bennie Vick wants residents to be on alert for suspicious activity in the area.

A Cambria resident reported a suspicious man came by her home a few days ago.

He knocked on her door and claimed to be a representative from the local power company. He say he needed to see her bill because there might be a problem with her account. After examining her bill, he left.

The man was driving a red 2203 Lincoln LS 4-door car with Iowa license plates.

Sheriff Vick says this type of incident has occurred in other parts of the state and that the suspicious person usually steals items while the resident is in another room searching for the bill.

He says if a suspicious person come to your house, contact the Sheriff’s office or the local police department. 

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