Man impersonating a cop steals Porsche

1989 Porsche 944

A man impersonating a police officer carjacked a Porsche along a country road in Halton Region Friday, police say.

Around 10:30 Friday night a man driving a 1989 Porsche 944 in Campbellville was signaled to stop by another car equipped with a flashing blue light. After pulling over, the victim was approached by an unidentified man who police say gave the impression of being an officer, and ordered the driver out of his car.

The suspect then jumped into the silver sports car and sped off.

The suspect is described as a white male, 6’, wearing dark clothing and a silver beaded chain with a gold badge in a leather holder attached.

Police are warning drivers to exercise caution when travelling in remote areas or late at night, noting that officers should always be able to produce a badge and photo I.D.

From the Toronto Star

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