CONCERNED residents from across Felpham and Middleton have reported door-step callers to police.
At around 4.45pm on March 15 officers were called about a man knocking on doors in Rife Way, Felpham.
The man, a description of whom has not been given, said he was selling products door-to-door. The same day, police were told about a man in the Links Avenue area, again knocking on doors, but this time he was asking for money.
Residents have described this suspect as Eastern European, of a stocky build, with black, broken teeth.
Police advice is to call them immediately if anyone comes to the door asking for money.
Four days later in Middleton, another door-to-door seller was reported.
The police were called at around 12.30pm after the man, described as in his 20s wearing a green sweatshirt, was causing a nuisance in West Close.
Police have warned residents not to buy things from door-to-door salespeople and not to let any unknown person into their home.
Residents are also asked to watch out for their more elderly and vulnerable family, friends and neighbours.