Cass County authorities looking for possible police impersonator

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Someone impersonating a police officer may be causing trouble in Cass County, Michigan.

Cass County authorities say they received a call at about 2 p.m. Tuesday from two people claiming a suspicious person pulled them over, according to a press release.

The man that pulled them over is described as a white man roughly 65-70 years old with white hair, a beard, and a black cap. He instructed the two to drive to the Shell-Mart in Jones and wait for deputies to arrive.

There was no police identification presented, but he instead implied that he was an officer.

The vehicle he was in is described as a 4-door red Chevy/GMC Jimmy SUV with equipment racks loaded with gear on top, possibly white flashing lights and large antennas. The vehicle had multiple bumper stickers all over it and may have had “Rescue” on the front hood/bug screen area.

If you have any information on this impersonator, contact the Cass County Sheriff’s Office in Michigan.

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