Westfield police: Man pretending to be fire protection inspector offers service for fee

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WESTFIELD -

Westfield police are asking business owners to be on the lookout for a man they're calling a fire protection inspector impersonator.

They say the man, who claims to work for a fake company called Metro Fire Prevention, offers to inspect and service fire extinguishers for a fee.

Police say he's likely a former fire protection inspector. Anyone with information is asked to call police.

 

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