SHALER TOWNSHIP, Pa. (KDKA)– If you receive a call saying there is a warrant for your arrest, it may be a scam.

Shaler Township Police say residents were called from the police station’s non-emergency phone number.

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Residents say the caller tells them there is a warrant for their arrest. They’re reportedly told if they don’t dial the number one or pay the fine, authorities will arrest them.

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Police urge residents that if they receive this call from 412-492-2222, they should hang up.

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Do not give any information to the caller, police say.