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People are out knocking on local doors and detectives say not only are they lying about what they want, they're also asking for information about nearby children.
If you see this person again in your neighborhood (your house or not), demand to see her I.D. (get a copy) if you can or take a picture, write down the type of car as well as the licence plate number. Also ask to see her drivers licence so you can compare it with the ID she had around her neck. (everyone else seems to need 2 pieces of photo ID, why cant you) and take down all the info on it then contact the place she says she is from and ask them about her, also contact your local authorities and file a report.
happens to be a teacher and knows schools systems don't typically send people door to door. Her suspicions turned into fright when the man had personal information about her family. xxxxx said, "He knew that we had a high school daughter and asked a bunch of questions about her, wanted to talk to her, wanted to know when she would be home so he could return and talk to her." The man did come back, but was turned away.
White vehicles have pulled into driveways throughout Buncombe County. Men and women are telling residents they're with Buncombe County Schools and Washington State University and are conducting a survey about a new curriculum
School officials say they're not conducting a survey and have heard similar stories from at least a dozen others. Detectives say the so-called "survey takers" also asked homeowners "if any children live in the neighborhood".