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Mitchell police issues warning about door-to-door salespeople

The Mitchell Police Division issued a warning Wednesday about door-to-door salespeople working in the area. According to the advisory, Mitchell police have received information that door-to-door salespeople have been in the area, but the alert re...

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The Mitchell Police Division issued a warning Wednesday about door-to-door salespeople working in the area.

According to the advisory, Mitchell police have received information that door-to-door salespeople have been in the area, but the alert reminds residents those making the sales must have the proper state and city tax license paperwork.

If a resident asks to see the necessary paperwork, it must be produced by the salesperson.

Those with questions can contact the Mitchell Department of Public Safety at 995-8400.

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