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Fake DWK letter warns of chemtrails

Business owners and residents are advised to disregard a letter being circulated in West Kelowna, which warns about hazardous chemtrails.

The letter, which has used the District of West Kelowna's name and logo, claims to be from the district's environment department and is signed by Susan Smith.

"The District of West Kelowna does not have an environment department, nor an employee named Susan Smith and is not distributing letters regarding chemtrails," stated a recent release sent out by the district.

Similar false letters have also appeared in Penticton and Kelowna.

West Kelowna RCMP has been advised that these false letters are being distributed throughout the community.

The district welcomes any information regarding who is responsible for the distribution of these false letters. Information can be provided by calling 778-797-1000.

 

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