Be On The Lookout: Deputies searching for aggressive door-to-door salesman

He showed up claiming to sell insurance, but ended up inside the victim’s home, refusing to leave. Now, deputies are sending out a warning about him. 

The Trigg County Sheriff’s Department is searching for a gray car and the man inside.

They say a homeowner in the Rockcastle area asked the man, who claimed to be an insurance salesman, to leave his property. Instead, the man entered the home and still refused to leave, despite the homeowner repeatedly asking him to.

The sheriff’s department sent out a picture of the man in the car and asks that you call 270-522-6014 if you recognize the car or have any information about the case.

To learn how to protect yourself in a similar situation, click here for advice from the Better Business Bureau about door-to-door salesmen.

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