HARDIN - The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office issued an alert on Friday night that a Scam/Virus could be trying to steal identity from computers has targeted the county.

“We wanted to alert you that a resident from Calhoun County, called our office this evening and reported a possible scam/virus attempt,” the office said in a release. “The caller stated it shows UPS Package has shipped, and in the tracking number it contains a 2K, usually a UPS tracking will a 2Z in in it, also the other odd thing is it says the packages are for Calhoun Ferry Company.

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“Just be aware of your emails and be careful opening anything.”

Anyone who receives this or has any other information, contact the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office at 618) 576-9700.

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