GPD Alert: A home is not a P.O.

GUILDERLAND — A message from the police department went out to the McKownville Improvement Association on Monday, urging residents to on alert for suspicious activity.

The Guilderland Police Department, according to Captain Curtis Cox, received a report from a resident of 1425 Western Ave., that two black men entered the house through the front door.
 

When the resident asked what the men were doing, they stated that they had confused the house with the post office, and left.

The men were described as being in their 30s and 40s, both wearing black hats, and one wearing a black jacket, the other a gray jacket.

A mail carrier in the same area gave the same description, and saw the men get into a gray Nissan parked on Waverly Place.

Cox said residents should report any suspicious activity to the Guilderland Police Department at 356-1501.

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