PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Bucks County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents of a phone scam.

The Sheriff’s Office says they have has received numerous complaints from residents that they have received phone calls from a subject allegedly claiming to be a Bucks County Sheriff’s Deputy.

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According to the Sheriff’s Office, the phone caller states that he or she has a warrant for them and if they don’t pay a certain amount of money they will be arrested. At that point, the Sheriff’s Office says the caller asks for the person to meet them in a shopping center parking lot.

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Bucks County Sheriff Edward Donnelly asks all residents to please be advised that this phone call is a scam.

“The Bucks County Sheriff’s Office would never call and ask for money,” said Sheriff Donnelly in a press release. “Our office also would never ask to meet a subject in a shopping center lot.”

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If you receive a phone call of this nature, you are advised to hang up immediately and contact the Bucks County Sheriff’s Office at 215-348-6123 or call your local police department.