By CBS3 Staff

READING, Pa. (CBS) — The Reading School District is warning parents and caregivers of a scam involving student’s Chromebooks. The school district says several families have reported they received phone calls advising them a Reading School District employee would come to their home and retrieve the Chromebook and the family should visit the school to pick up a new one.

They say the guardians should know a district employee will never visit the home to retrieve a Chromebook.

If someone shows up at your home asking for your Chromebook, do not give it to them.

Parents could contact the Reading Police non-emergency line at 610-655-6116.

Anyone who needs to return a Chromebook, or have one repaired, should bring the device to the student’s school.

The main office and IT department will assist in the repairs or replacement.

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