PSP Searching for Woman Who Posed as CYS Worker

GRAMPIAN – State police in Clearfield are searching for a person who claimed to be a Children Youth and Family Services worker.

According to police the incident occurred Wednesday at around 1:30 p.m. at a residence on Splashdam Road in Grampian. Police stated that an unidentified woman went to the residence and claimed to be a CYS worker. She would not identify herself or show any credentials. She made her way into the residence and briefly spoke with the family about a young child. During the conversation she was able to gain personal information about each member of the family. After getting that information she left.

The woman is described as being stocky, in her mid 40s and having reddish-brown hair. She was driving a four-door sedan of an unknown make and model.

The state police would like to remind residents not to provide personal information (date-of-birth, social security number, etc.) to anyone they do not know. If a similar incident should occur, residents are reminded that they can contact police for assistance.

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