WICHITA, Kan Thursday 11:59 a.m. 2700 S. Holyoke
22-year-old man receives a call threatening to send him to court and suspend his drivers license if he doesn't pay his bill. The man said he didn't have a bill but was scared so he paid a certain amount on his credit card. The victim plans to cancel the credit card because he believes there is money missing from his account.
Thursday 12:34 p.m. 400 N. Pamela
54-year-old man receives a call from someone claiming to be with cyber security and needing to gain access to the victim's home computer because it was hacked. The caller gave the victim a phone number and said he should call right back. The victim hung up and called Wichita Police to document the incident. The victim didn't give information or access to his computer.
If you think you're the victim of a phone scam, call the Wichita Police case desk at (316) 268-4221. If you think you've been scammed in person call 911.