Moore police searching for man posing as police officer
A man posing as an undercover police officer robbed a man and propositioned a woman after he conducted traffic stops this week, Moore police reported.
MOORE — A man posing as an undercover police officer robbed a man and propositioned a woman, Moore police reported Thursday.
A man with red and blue flashing lights on the grill of his car pulled a driver over Monday at NW 27 and Interstate 35 and took the man's wallet, police Sgt. Jeremy Lewis said.
The impostor propositioned a woman Tuesday after he convinced her to get into his car, Lewis said.
The suspect is described as a black man, bald, muscular, and 6 feet 4 inches tall. His car is a dark four-door vehicle, Lewis said.
Anyone with information about the case can call Moore police at 793-5138.
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