Guam - It's a message that's gone viral - warning people to watch for a man walking up to homes and asking residents if they want to buy a Calvo/Tenorio fundraising ticket but instead he enters and robs you. Guam Police Department spokesperson Officer A.J. Balajadia confirms GPD is looking into the issue and whether the message is legitimate. Governor's spokesperson Troy Torres meanwhile says thanks to concerned citizens they were made aware that someone or some people have been pretending to be a Calvo/Tenorio supporter trying to scam or rob residents. The campaign thanks the police department for looking into this and hopes the criminal or criminals are arrested soon.
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