(Murfreesboro, TN) The old, yet often successful quick-change scam has been around for years and has once again hit Murfreesboro. Most recently, alleged con-artists preyed on an unsuspecting employee at Party City on Old Fort Parkway.
That was Public Information Officer Larry Flowers with the Murfreesboro Police Department.
In describing what happened at Party City, Flowers told WGNS…
He said detectives suspect the quick-change scam involved two conmen who only spent $300, yet received $1,000 worth of gift cards. In other words, the men got-away with $700, according to police.
Scroll down to see a video of the actual quick-change
scam that took place at Party City in Murfreesboro on April 14, 2022…
Quick-Change Scam in Murfreesboro – Continued…
If you recognize the subjects seen in the video below, or if your business has been struck by the same two persons of interest, you are encouraged to contact MPD Detective David Miller at 629-201-5662 with any helpful tips.
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