Police search for suspect impersonating deputy to rob people
OKLAHOMA CITY – Police are asking for the public’s help looking for someone they said is impersonating a sheriff’s deputy in order to rob people.
It happened Monday morning at a car wash near N.W. 15th St. and May Ave.
According to police, the suspect drove up to a car wash employee, claiming to be a sheriff’s deputy and demanded the employee hand over his wallet.
The suspect took $40 from the wallet, threw it back at the attendant and drove off.
Witnesses said the suspect appeared to be in his mid-forties.
He was driving a 2011 white Ford Focus with a paper tag.
Police would like to speak with anyone who may have information on this incident.
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