Rock Springs Police say someone is using a phony post on a pair of men attacking people to get attention for a ''work at home" scam.

That's according to a post on the Rock Springs Police Department Facebook page. The RSPD post is shown below:

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Police say if you share the post, it becomes a phony "work at home" scam post. The scammers are apparently using the phony attack warning as an attention-getter to spread the scam post on Facebook.

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