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Police stations allowing online sale transactions on their property
Police stations allowing online sale transactions on their property

SHERWOOD, Ark. (KTHV) - Sherwood police told THV11 Thursday, that they are now allowing people to complete online sale transactions at their station's property. 

On the Sherwood Police Department Facebook page, there is a post showing concern for the citizens safety and to take caution when doing an online sale. 

The post reads, "Just a reminder of a safety post from last week! Take Precautions when participating in Internet Sales/Trading. Never invite strangers into your home. They may have no real interest in what you are selling, but they just found out what you have of value in your home and know whether you have an alarm system, etc… In the same aspect, do NOT agree to meet in an unfamiliar or isolated place, or late at night. If the buyer is truly interested in your property, then they will not have a problem meeting in broad daylight in a public parking lot. It is always good to bring another person with you during the transaction if possible.

The Sherwood Police Department’s primary concern is the safety of our citizens. Feel free to complete your trade or transactions in our parking lot. Officers are on duty 24 hours a day 7 days a week and we have security cameras overlooking our parking lot.

2201 East Kiehl Ave. 
Sherwood, AR. 72120

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To see how Maumelle is doing the same thing, click on this story