By KC Downey, WMUR
CONCORD, N.H. — State health officials are issuing a warning about someone they say is calling restaurants pretending to be a New Hampshire food health inspector.Officials said the person attempts to schedule an inspection at restaurants and threatens to fine restaurants if they do not comply.
Officials say food inspectors in the state do not schedule appointments. Instead, they show up unannounced.
They also said inspectors do not ask for money over the phone and usually have a proper identification from the state.
Any restaurant receiving calls like the one described above should call police.
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