WALLA WALLA, Wash. - Law enforcement agencies in the Walla Walla area have received several reports of door-to-door soliciting scams. The suspects are using different stories when contacting people, asking for donations for a variety of causes. They have asked for money to support the "Wounded Warrior Project", donations for the Walla Walla High School Softball Team to go to Hawaii, selling magazines to raise money for a school, and selling care packages for soldiers serving overseas. The scammers will ask for cash or checks. There have been at least 5 victims identified, with others possibly in Umatilla County and the surrounding area. There's only a description available for one of the suspects at this time. She's white, 16-18 years old, about 5'6", with straight blond hair a few inches below her shoulders, and a slender build. No vehicle has been described yet. If you have any information call Walla Walla Police.
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