Thursday, August 4, in the morning, two fake police officers show up at the home of a 92-year-old lady claiming burglaries. They ask her to take out her jewelry. They seize it and leave with their loot (as well as papers). A day later, they start again around 1:45 p.m. using the same ploy. Faced with these misdeeds, the police recommend the utmost vigilance to the inhabitants. She advises them not to open to anyone, to use the peephole, to demand a business card, to telephone to the police station to verify the statements. In the event of theft, the victims must give as much information as possible to provide a precise report (car, direction of flight, clothes, etc.).