The Orlando Police Department is warning Florida residents about a phone scam that requests donations for Lt. Debra Clayton, the officer gunned down outside of a Walmart in northwest Orlando on Monday, January 9.
Scammers are calling residents claiming to be a representative of the Orlando police department, requesting donations for the slain officer.
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Police are urging residents to not give any money to people they do not know.
Be aware of Phone Scams claiming to be a representative of the Orlando Police Department requesting donations for Lt. Debra Clayton. pic.twitter.com/IAgvKACNPT
— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) January 18, 2017
There is only one official GoFundMe account set up for Lt. Clayton and her family. Click here to donate.