South Bay News
SJ police seek men who scammed woman
SAN JOSE (KGO) -- San Jose police are looking for two men who swindled an elderly woman out of her life savings.
Investigators released sketches of the suspects. Police say the men duped a woman into giving them a large amount of money after one of them claimed they had a winning lottery ticket. The men told the elderly women they needed to borrow some collateral from a U.S. citizen to claim the winnings. The suspects never returned the victim's money after she complied.
san jose, SJPD, crime, scam, south bay news
- Family: Children's Hospital calls girl 'dead'
- BART Board president wants to ban transit strikes
- Dozens hurt after London theater partially collapsed
- 'Duck Dynasty' fans react to Robertson's hiatus
- 'Wonder Girl' cancer patient is inspiration for Vallejo
- Report says bullying of American-Islamic kids on rise
- 1 dead, dozens hurt in California bus crashes
- Seismic saddles in place on new Bay Bridge
- Only On 7: Sneak peek at the SF Zoo's baby gorilla
- 7 On Your Side looks into Lyft's donation policy
- abcnews: Dennis Rodman does karaoke in NKorea
- Bay Area New Year's Eve fireworks and events
- roundup: Toy drive in need; Timeshare sales scam
- weather: Bay Area weather forecast for Friday
Most Viewed StoriesMost Viewed Photos