Fake parking tickets found by Fairfax residents, police say
FAIRFAX, Va. (FOX 5 DC) - Fake parking tickets have been found by residents in Fairfax City, according to police.
The police department sent out a tweet with a photo of one of the fraudulent tickets. They say the tickets bear the city seal but are not legitimate.
PHOTO: Fairfax City PD
The photo tweeted by police shows a fake ticket claiming a resident owes $300.
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The fake tickets were submitted over the Turo mobile app.
Police are asking those who have utilized the Turo app and received a similar or know someone who has to contact officials at Ryan.Foster@fairfaxva.gov or 703-385-7848.