YORK COUNTY – Police are investigating a possible home invasion in Stewartstown, York County. On October 5 around 1:40 p.m., a man claimed he was with Met-Ed and there to change out equipment so that the resident’s electrical “rate” would be locked in. The victim being skeptical said she would call Met-Ed to reschedule. The man claimed that Met-Ed had notified them on their utility bill. When the victim started to call Met-Ed for verification, the man left in a hurry. The subject is described as heavy set black male with 6-8 inch long braided black hair. He had a lanyard around his neck, but the ID card was blank. The subject was driving a tan Honda Odyssey with no markings on it. The vehicle was last seen on S. Main Street in the area of Winter Avenue. Met-Ed confirmed it to be a scam. Met-Ed will not perform service or upgrades by only using a utility bill for notification. Also Met-Ed does not normally need access into your home to perform upgrades.