Pittsburgh police looking for Carrick residents scammed by hoagie pair

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Pittsburgh police said today they are looking for Carrick residents who might have purchased hoagies from a pair of women running a scam.

Angela Sibert, 27, was arrested by Brentwood police Sunday after police said she was involved in a "fake door-to-door fundraising effort in which she would take advance payment for hoagies at approximately $6 each," according to a news release.

A second woman has been identified but has not been charged.

While they investigated the pair, police found a list of possible scam victims and now suspect that the duo might have sold 95 or more fake hoagies to Carrick residents.

Anyone in Carrick who might have attempted to buy a hoagie in the scam is asked to call Zone 3 detective John Gagliardi at 412-488-8330 ext. 300.


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