AUDUBON, N.J., (CBS) — Some PSE&G customers lost power as a result of Wednesday’s storms and some people may have been taking advantage of that to scam some PSE&G customers.

According to the Audubon Police Department’s Facebook page, officers responded to two incidents of suspicious solicitors posing as PSE&G employees.

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Police say both occurred on Thursday and the individuals claiming to be with PSE&G had clipboards with electric bills on them. Authorities added that they were wearing black and white laminated badges that were described as “cheap looking.”

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Police say they were attempting to trick people into believing they were with the company and talk them into changing their electric power.

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Audubon Police are warning homeowners to beware of people going door-to-door soliciting. They are reminding residents that real PSE&G employees will be easy to identify due to their orange shirts and identification with PSE&G clearly visible on it.