Police investigating Taylor Swift ticket fraud for upcoming Denver concerts

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DENVER -- The Denver Police Department is investigating a fraud case involving counterfeit Taylor Swift tickets that are being sold on Craigslist and other Internet sites.

Officers are warning the public that people who purchased tickets for the concerts on Labor Day weekend on Craiglist might be fraudulent.

The  concerts as part of Swift's 1989 World Tour are sold out on Sept. 5 and 6 at the Pepsi Center.

Denver police are unsure how many fraudulent tickets have been sold.

If you believe you are a victim of fraudulent tickets, call Denver police at 720-913-0400 and ask for the detective supervisor.