Suspicious Flyer Found in Guilford Mailboxes

There have been a large number of complaints involving a suspicious flyer that has been placed in mailboxes throughout Guilford over the last few weeks. The flyer references the term Gang Stalking and refers the reader to the author’s website.

This flyer is not endorsed by the Guilford Police Department and there have been no reports of stalking similar to this in the town of Guilford. Some of the flyers indicated that Tony Fappiano from the Shoreline Real Estate Company was involved, but he has filed a complaint with the department advising that he is in no way related to the flyer or its content.

If you receive this flyer simply discard it and call the Guilford Police Department with any questions. If you identify the person responsible for sending out theses flyers please call the Guilford Police Department at 203-453-8061 or the anonymous tip line at 203-453-8240.


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