Two Pittsburgh area women were recently arrested on charges that they fraudulently offered local residents the opportunity to purchase hoagie sandwiches, which were to be delivered at a later time. It turns out that the offer was a complete scam.
Police allege that a 27 year-old Pittsburgh woman went door to door in Carrick, pre-selling hoagie sandwiches to residents for $6.00 a piece. It turns out that the woman, who told the residents that she was selling the sandwiches as part of a fundraiser, was allegedly perpetrating a scam. Police also allege that a 31 year-old area woman was also involved in the scheme. In all, approximately just 100 sales were made.
Police are attempting to make a list of all for women’s victims. Possible charges could include theft by deception, receiving stolen property and criminal conspiracy.
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