TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - Police are trying to dispel rumors floating around Facebook nationwide concerning a group selling children's books door to door in order to abduct children.
Lafayette Police said they have gotten numerous reports about this group.
The group has been permitted to sell in Lafayette, which means they have gone through a background check.
Currently, they are not permitted to sell in West Lafayette according to police there.
However, if they would like to sell in West Lafayette, they must first go through a similar process to become permitted.
The group has registered with the Sheriff's office to sell books in Tippecanoe County.
The Sheriff's office said they have been in the county for about two years and they have never received a large amount of complaints about the group.
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