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    Detective John Stirling of the Shawnee Police Department listened to the voice mail left by a tax scammer that a local woman received this month and advised that her next step be to call the IRS.

Detective John Stirling of the Shawnee Police Department listened to the voice mail left by a tax scammer that a local woman received this month and advised that her next step be to call the IRS. Lily O'Neill and Mark Davis The Kansas City Star
Detective John Stirling of the Shawnee Police Department listened to the voice mail left by a tax scammer that a local woman received this month and advised that her next step be to call the IRS. Lily O'Neill and Mark Davis The Kansas City Star

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