On Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017, Auburn police responded to a call from a 21-year-old woman reporting that she was stopped by an individual impersonating a police officer. The incident occurred at about 9:30 p.m. near the intersection of East University Drive and South Dean Road in Auburn, according to the Auburn Police Division.
According to the victim, a white male, approximately 6 feet tall, with light-colored hair and an athletic build, pulled her over, approached her vehicle and demanded money.
The suspect was dressed in a dark colored uniform and was driving a newer model white Dodge Charger with black rims, a brush guard over the grill, a spot light on the driver’s door and blue strobe lights inside the vehicle across the top of the windshield.
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Last month, Opelika police reported a similar complaint of a man impersonating a police officer pulling over a woman. The description of the suspect in that incident matches the description of the suspect in this one.
The police ask anyone that may have witnessed the traffic stop, observed a similar vehicle in the area during the timeframe, has knowledge of someone matching this description with access to the above described vehicle or who sees the above described vehicle is urged to immediately contact the Auburn Police Division at 334-501-3100 or the detective section at 334-501-3140. Callers may also provide information anonymously on the tip line 334-246-1391.
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