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Posted on: May 6, 2019

Parker Police Department Looking for Police Impersonator

Parker Police Badge on the side of a police car

The Parker Police Department is asking for your help as they try to identify a police impersonator. On Sunday May 5, at 7:20 a.m., a suspect in a white unmarked sedan began following the victim at the intersection of Parker Road and Cottonwood Drive.

At the intersection of Parker Road and Parkglenn Way the suspect turned on lights and sirens. The victim did not pull over and drove to the Parker Police Department to report the incident.

The suspect is described as a white male with short black or brown hair, under the age of 40. He did not appear to be wearing a uniform at the time and his white sedan didn’t look like a police car.

The Parker Police Department verified with neighboring agencies there were no other law enforcement officers in the area at that time.

We would like to remind residents that you can always call us if you are unsure if you are being contacted by one of our Officers. By calling us at 303.841.9800 you can quickly learn if it is an Officer and if not, you can have an Officer respond to your area.

If you have any information about the suspect or vehicle, please contact Officer Cashman at dcashman@parkeronline.org or 303.805.6527.

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