An 18-year-old man received minor injuries after he was attacked by a pair of men masquerading as police officers, Delta police said yesterday.
Delta Const. Sharlene Brooks called the impersonation “problematic” because it could jeopardize the trust needed between officers and the public.
Brooks said a non-uniformed police officer will always has photo identification and a police badge.
The victim was walking home from a house party on Sunday when two men in an older-model blue car said they were officers and asked if the man had drugs or alcohol. The man was attacked after trying to flee.
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