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Residents warned of housing scam

Police are trying to track down a man believed to be behind a Wendy house scam.

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CAPE TOWN - Southern Cape police are trying to track down a man believed to be behind a Wendy house scam in George.

The suspect pretends to be a supplier of the wooden structures.

He then takes potential buyers to a completed Wendy house, which he claims he has built.

People are then asked to pay a deposit in order to receive their new home.

The police's Malcolm Pojie said, “The man calls himself Derrick, Patrick or Eric. He asks for a R1,500 deposit.”

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