TUCSON, AZ - Authorities say they are investigating several complaints of police impersonators pulling over motorists in Tucson.
Police spokeswoman Sgt. Maria Hawke says the bizarre events have taken place over a 10-day period this month.
Hawke says investigators have recovered a Ford Crown Victoria that they believe was used in the impersonations.
Authorities say the subjects were not dressed in a police uniform, but may have identified themselves as officers or deputies. No citations would have been given by any potential suspects.
No arrests have been made.
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