MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – Authorities in Rutherford County said a second victim has come forward claiming she was pulled over by a man who impersonated a law enforcement officer.
Two women have reported that they were driving in Murfreesboro, when an SUV flashed blue and red lights at them. The first incident was reported on Wednesday morning.
The women both pulled over. When the man approached their car, he identified himself as a Tennessee Bureau of Investigation agent, and then flashed a bogus badge. He then allegedly started asking them questions.
Both times the women he pulled over became suspicious and drove away before anything more could happen.
The man's motive remains a mystery, but police worry the next step could be kidnapping, sexual assault, or robbery.
The latest victim gave the same description to police as the first. He is described as a white male, 40-50 years of age, with a mustache and a buzz-style haircut.
He was driving a light colored jeep Cherokee, with red and blue flashing lights.
Police ask motorists to be on alert while they continue to search for him.