Police impersonator accused of sexually assaulting teens in Aurora

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Surveillance image of accused police impersonator. Photo: Aurora Police Department

Surveillance image of accused police impersonator. Photo: Aurora Police Department

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AURORA, Colo. -- Authorities say a man wrongly told four teenagers he was a police officer, and then used his lie to pat them down.

The man is now accused of sexually assaulting the teens and police are asking for help finding him.

The suspect was caught on surveillance cameras from a Walgreen's store on East Iliff Avenue.

The four teens told police the man followed them outside the store and said he was an undercover officer, and then he proceeded to perform a pat down search on each one of them.

One teen reported being sexually assaulted during the suspect's search.

 

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