Cherry Hill, NJ (WPVI) – Camden County Police are searching for a man posing as a police officer who may be connected to similar cases in other parts of New Jersey.
A woman told police that she was pulled over by a man driving a white Ford pickup on Highway 38 in Cherry Hill around 1:04 p.m. on Aug. 16. The grill and sides of the truck were equipped with a red and blue LED warning. light.
The man wears a blue T-shirt with the word “POLICE” printed on the front.
She told police the man walked to the driver’s side window, reached into her car and grabbed her by the neck.
The woman was able to get out in her car.
The suspect is described as a white male in his 30s with dark red or brown hair and a medium beard.
According to the police, the suspect’s vehicle was captured by short-range video surveillance.
Anyone with information on this incident should contact Det. Daniello is at 856-432-8834 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Police are trying to find out if he was the same person who pulled over the two drivers in Brick Township in Ocean County and Wall Township in Monmouth County earlier this month.
Bricktown police released the sketch of the suspect.
Authorities said around 2 p.m. on Aug. 1 that the suspect used the blue light on the dash to detain a woman.
After a brief exchange, she began to hesitate and asked for her identification. He then he let her out of the car and, when she refused, he tried to drag her out of her before she could get away from her.
Two days later, around 9:45 p.m. on August 3, another woman in Wall Township had a similar incident.
The suspect’s appearance in these incidents was similar to Cherry Hill, but he was driving an old black Ford Crown Victoria.