Fishers police looking for possible police impersonator

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FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) – Fishers Police Department officers are investigating the report of a possible police impersonator.

Police say they received the report on Tuesday after the impersonator tried to stop a driver on Interstate 69 near 96th and 116th streets.

The driver told police that she was driving northbound when she noticed a dark gray Chevrolet Impala following here. She noticed white flashing lights in the front grill of the car. She changed lanes and the driver of the Impala followed. The victim exited the interstate at 116th street. The Impala continued northbound on the interstate.

The victim was able to get a picture of the suspect vehicle.

(Provided Photo/Fishers Police Department)
(Provided Photo/Fishers Police Department)

Police say that an Indiana officer must be in a marked police car with overhead red and blue lights or red and blue light in the dash or wearing a distinctive uniform and badge to pull someone over. If for any reason you feel uncomfortable you should reduce your speed, turn on the hazard lights, call 911 and stop in a populated area that is well-lit.

Anyone with information should contact the Fishers Police Department at 317-595-3300 or 911.

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