Driver Stopped By Police Impersonator

3:07 PM, Aug 17, 2012   |    comments
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WOODBRIDGE, Va. (WUSA) - A man driving a car with white and blue flashing lights on the dashboard stopped a driver in Woodbridge and told her to slow down, according to Prince William County Police.

Police were notified of the incident that took place between noon-1 p.m. on Aug. 13 near Dale Blvd. and Ridgefield Rd. A 48-year-old Woodbridge woman told police that while she was driving in the area, she was pulled over by an unknown man in a brown color Buick with flashing white and blue lights on the dash. The Buick's driver walked up to the woman's car, showed a gold badge and  asked for her license.

After he looked at the license, the man told the victim to slow down. He returned to his own car and left the area. He did not identify himself as a police officer and did not say why he had stopped her car.

He is described as a black male, between 30-40, 5'8" / 200lbs, medium build with short black hair and a mustache. He was last seen wearing a light color dress shirt and tan pants. His car was a brown color Buick with white and blue flashing lights on the top front of the dashboard.

Police recommend that any driver who is unsure if they are being stopped by an actual police officer should pull over in a safe, well lit public area, and call the non-emergency line at 703-792-6500.

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