MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Authorities in Clay County say a man accused of impersonating police during a traffic stop was actually an officer.

On Tuesday, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office shared that it was investigating a report of a man pretending to be law enforcement, one day after Becker County reported a similar incident.

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Upon further investigation, the sheriff’s office found that the traffic stop performed in Clay County was done by an actual officer in a fully marked patrol vehicle and uniform.

However, authorities in Becker County are still investigating a similar incident reported the same week, about 15 miles away.

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The Becker County Sheriff’s Office says a woman reported being pulled over on County Road 7 near Lake Park by a man driving a white Jeep equipped with blue and white flashing lights.

The woman reported that the man, who appeared between 25 and 30 years old, told her she had a broken tail light. He asked to see her identification and told her to get out of the car.

When the woman noticed he wasn’t wearing a proper uniform, only a black jacket with a radio microphone on the lapel, she asked for his law enforcement credentials. He then walked back to his Jeep and drove off.

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Anyone with information on the man driving the Jeep is asked to call the Becker County Sheriff’s Office at 219-847-2661.