The Weld County Sheriff's office says residents of the most heavily damaged area of tornado-stricken Windsor are reporting scammers offering fixes to their homes at unreasonable prices.
Authorities also say they have responded to "30 suspicious incidents" in a previously restricted area since residents were allowed back in yesterday, including the arrest of a man wanted in a Fort Collins homicide.
Weld County Sheriff's office spokesman Deputy Shane Scofield says residents should be wary of solicitors in the aftermath of the tornado that swept through Windsor Thursday, damaging 596 homes, including 102 which were deemed unsafe to occupy.
The tornado also killed a 52-year-old man at a campground near Greeley and injured more than 100 people. Most of the injuries were minor.
Scofield said door-to-door solicitation is a town ordinance violation.
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