Towamencin Township Police are investigating a fraud and theft incident that occurred on or about Aug. 16. The scam involved a resident being bilked out of $2,500 in Money Pak cards via someone posing as a Drug Enforcement agent. Police said the resident received a phone call from someone identifying themselves as a U.S. DEA agent. The scammer told the resident a package that was shipped to their home was intercepted and contained narcotics, police said. The caller said the DEA had seized the package and a felony warrant had been issued, police said. The victim was told to pay a $2,500 fine to void the warrant, police said. The caller talked to the victim for three hours, police said. After three hours, the caller convinced the victim that the package had been shipped to their address and sending the fine was the best course to avoid arrest, police said. The caller gave instructions on where to purchase the Money Pak cards and asked for the PIN number, police said. Contact Towamencin Police at 215-368-7606 with any information on the fraud. Police advised there are scams and frauds being perpetrated via computer and phone involving the demand to pay fines by Money Pak cards, police said. Most perpetrators pose as a federal law enforcement agent, police said. Callers who receive such communication should call police immediately.