Maine Police Looking for ’80s Oldsmobile Driven by Police Impersonator
Police in Central Maine are looking for the public's help in locating a 1980s Oldsmobile that was driven by a man who was allegedly impersonating a police officer.
According to the KJ, Wilton Police are investigating an incident involving a man, who was reportedly driving a 1980s Oldsmobile Cutlass, using police lights to pull over another vehicle.
According to a post on the Wilton Police Department Facebook page, on Tuesday morning at around 9:30, the man pulled over a vehicle driven by a young man on Route 133 near the Jay / Wilton line.
The Facebook post goes on to say:
The suspect activated police-style lights to pull over a young male victim on Route 133. The victim became alarmed by the suspects demeanor and exited his vehicle, leading to an altercation. Fortunately, the victim escaped without injuries.
Police describe the man as being thin and having a height of around 5' 6". He was reportedly wearing a vest over a new black uniform. His uniform did not have any badges or patches. He was carrying a club, but had no firearm.
The suspect was reportedly driving a burgundy 1980s Oldsmobile Cutlass. Unfortunately, the man who he pulled over was not able to get the vehicle's license plate number.
The vehicle would look something like this, but burgundy in color:
Wilton Police did start an investigation into the incident. However, there have been no additional reports of a man in an Oldsmobile impersonating a police officer. If you have any information that can help police, you can call the Wilton Police Department at 207.645.3876.
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