Police Warning Public About Suspect Impersonating Police Officer in Mississauga and Brampton
Peel Police have issued a public safety alert this afternoon.
Police say they’ve recently received at least four reports of an unknown person pretending to be a police officer in Peel Region.
“This person would then ask the complainant to place valuable property outside their front door,” police say.
According to police, the suspect appears to be targeting elderly Polish-speaking residents.
Residents are reminded that the police will never request them to do what the suspect is requesting.
Anyone with further information regarding these incidents should contact police at 905-453-3311.
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