TULSA - Football fans, beware.
Tulsa police say they've taken several reports of a scam involving fake Bedlam tickets.
Police say one post in particular is a scam. The ad is offering two tickets to the Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma State football game in December for $250.
It was posted on the Tulsa Craigslist site from someone claiming to be from Broken Arrow.
Detectives say two people so far have fallen victim to the false advertisement. The two victims realized the were counterfeit when they saw the same ad displaying the exact same seats and location.
Detectives say they have a good idea who the poster of the ad, which has since been removed, might be, but have yet to make an arrest.
According to the Tulsa Police Department's Facebook page, TPD's Financial Crime's Unit is warning Sooner and Cowboy fans of the crime.
"Event tickets have definitely been the source of scams because they can be re-created. It's a piece of paper, so anybody with the right technology can re-create the specific tickets," said TPD officer Jillian Roberson.
Anyone who believes they are a victim of the scam is asked to make a report online at www.tulsapolice.org .
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