Police seeking man impersonating officer in Danvers, Mass.

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September 19, 2013, 7:53 am
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(NECN: Jackie Bruno, Danvers, Mass.) – Danver, Mass. policee say a man with a uniform, badge, and blue lights on his black dodge charger pulled over a woman and asked to see her license around 6:15 Tuesday evening.
He didn't say why he pulled her over. He claimed to run her info and then came back and said she wasn't in the system. He then demanded she get out of the car where he reportedly patted her down and groped her.

After that he handed back her license and said she was free to go.

He's being described as a white man, in his 20s, who's around 5'6, has dark hair, and wearing a dark uniform with a badge.

So far no one is in custody even though police say they are working on leads.

Danvers police say if you have any information you're asked to contact them at 978-774-1388.

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