- Associated Press - Friday, October 30, 2015

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are reminding the public to use caution when they buy tickets to Carolina Panthers games from people they don’t know.

Despite efforts last week to warn people, police say several people were turned away from last Sunday night’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles because their tickets were invalid.

Police are advising fans to buy tickets only from a reputable vendor. They say do not purchase tickets from someone you don’t know or from an online source not validated by the Carolina Panthers or the NFL.

People who want to risk buying tickets from an unknown seller are advised by police to ask the seller for identification, write down where the seller was standing and take a photo of the person selling the ticket.

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