By Danielle Chavira

ERIE, Colo. (CBS4) – Erie police say someone pretending to be a police officer pulled over a juvenile female driver at around 9 a.m. on Tuesday. The driver told police she pulled over near Weld County Road 3 south of Highway 52.

Police say the impersonator was driving a black vehicle with flashing emergency lights. Police say the only descriptors they have are the suspect was wearing a baseball cap and a face mask.

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The suspect reportedly complimented the driver on her student driver magnets, but didn’t ask for her license or proof of insurance.

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Erie police say they did not respond to any traffic stops in the area nor any surrounding law enforcement agency.

“In the event you find yourself questioning a traffic stop, call 911, turn on your hazard lights, continue driving (ideally to the nearest police or fire station) and tell 911 what is happening,” Erie police officials said.

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Anyone who witnessed this traffic stop is asked to contact the Erie Police Department at 303-926-2800.

Danielle Chavira