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July 15, 2013

Police: Salespeople doing legitimate work door to door

PONTOTOC COUNTY —

Your children are safe, according to law enforcement officials in Ada and the Pontotoc County Sheriff’s Department.

Despire rumors to the contrary, police have made no arrests pursuant to claims that local children were being kidnapped for purposes of human trafficking.

A few European employees of Southwestern Advantage based in Nashville, Tenn., have been trying to sell magazines and some educational children’s toys. 

The company has an A-plus rating with the Better Business Bureau, said Pontotoc County Sheriff John Christian. An Internet search for Southwestern Advantage of Nashville turns up mostly glowing user comments.

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