FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Just when you thought you might need to sneak into that backyard to try and nail a virtual Pokemon Go character, the Connecticut State Police offer a few do's and don'ts when it comes to the craze that has overtaken the country.
If you're playing (and who isn't?) make sure that while looking for characters you watch where you are walking, don't trespass, parachute (say what), scale fences, or make tunnels to get to a character, said the state police.
In addition, players shouldn't fight or argue with each other, or be lured into unfamiliar places. They should take caution while playing at night by wearing bright clothes and watch out for traffic, because it doesn't stop for Pokemon players, police added.
On the fun side, police players should have fun getting to know their community, and have a good time with family and friends.
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