The Ross County Sheriff's Office issued a warning to community members on Monday about a home invasion.
According to the sheriff's office, a woman living in the 12000 block of Pleasant Valley Road said that at about 10 a.m. on Sept. 6, a man kicked in her door and demanded narcotics.
The man was waving a piece of paper that he said was a warrant, but the woman told authorities that she was never shown the paper.
The woman said that the man searched the house and took off with about $900 in cash and some prescription drugs.
He fled in a dark-colored Jeep Cherokee.
The man was described as blonde and slim. He was approximately 6 feet tall. A better description was not immediately released.
The sheriff's office warned that any deputy serving a warrant would have proper identification. A warrant also would never be served by a single deputy.
If proper identification is not shown, residents should immediately contact 911.
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