COBB COUNTY, Ga. – Georgia authorities are searching for a man accused of posing as an officer, pulling over two women over and sexually assaulting them hours apart on Atlanta-area roadways.
Police said the fake officer was driving a vehicle with lights on top of it.
Investigators said he was wearing a uniformed shirt, a badge, and a police duty belt with a gun, stun gun, and radio.
According to investigators, he pulled the victim over, asked for her identification, then sexually assaulted her.
Atlanta police told FOX 5 News they are searching for a man accused of committing similar attacks on women on Saturday morning.
Victims describe the suspect as a white male, between 6 feet to 6 feet 3 inches tall, with an athletic build. He may be wearing a skull cap and has scruffy brown or black facial hair.
Authorities are reminding drivers that if they feel uncomfortable during a traffic stop, they should pull into a well-lit area if possible and call 911 to verify if they are being stopped by a legitimate officer.