Fraudsters impersonating fire safety inspectors, Brampton Fire warns

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Brampton Fire is reminding the public to be cautious after a report about two men who tried to enter a home while posing as fire safety inspectors.

The two men reportedly knocked on the door of a home in the area of Chinguacousy Road and Bovaird Drive and asked to inspect the smoke and carbon monoxide alarms inside.

“The woman there was not comfortable with the two individuals so she called our communication division to ask if we were in the area doing any type of canvassing,” said Brampton Fire Platoon Chief John Clare.

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