Burgarello Alarm Company says someone is trying to impersonate their employees.
Burgarello says in the past two weeks there have been at least two reports of a person coming up to homes in Hidden Valley with Burgarello yard signs or window stickers and asking if they'd like to upgrade their system.
Description information is limited, but Burgarello was able to get the below information during the most recent call-in on October 9th:
Wearing a shirt with the "GE" logo. (No Burgarello Alarm logo)
Driving a 2002 blue Toyota Camry with unknown license plate
Burgarello says their technicians wear a logo shirt and drive a clearly marked business vehicle with the business' contact information. All employees also carry an employee ID card with a photo, name and other information that can verified through their office.
If you have any information on this case, call Secret Witness at 322-4900 or text your tip to 847-411.
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