CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. (WFRV) – Officers say two men in Wisconsin were allegedly trying to solicit bank employees and customers to buy small chocolate bars for $10 while pretending to be part of two different nonprofit organizations.

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According to a statement from the Chippewa Falls Police Department, at 2:50 p.m. on February 15, the two men were selling $10 worth of chocolate bars at a bank in downtown Chippewa Falls in the name of what they said. which was the Boys and Girls Club of Chicago and building brighter futures.

Police say both nonprofits denied the men membership in their organizations.

Officers say the first suspect, the man wearing a black jacket, was identified as Chris J. Jefferson of Illinois.

The other man reportedly gave a false name and the vehicle associated with the two suspects is unknown.

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At this time, no other information is available; Anyone with details about any of the suspects is asked to contact the Chippewa Falls Police Department.

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By Sam