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Police release sketch of cop impersonator



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Police are now hoping a composite sketch will help them find them man who posed as a cop and tried to abduct a Salt Lake girl.

Salt Lake police think the girl's story is legitimate and that the suspect is potentially dangerous.

"Anytime somebody is identifying themselves as a police officer with the intent of getting young children, young girls, into their car, it makes it a very high priority to us," said Detective Roger Williams, with the Salt Lake Police Department.

Williams says police have now released a composite sketch of the man they say posed as a cop to lure a girl into a car Sunday night near 1900 South and 300 West.

The girl was assaulted before she was able to escape.

Police release sketch of cop impersonator

Police are looking for a four-door, light tan- or cream-colored car. They say the gear-shift knob on the center console in the car is illuminated with a blue light.

The suspect is identified as a man with a darker complexion, who has short hair with bleached tips. If you have any information on who he is or where he might be, contact the Salt Salt Police Department at 799-3000.

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