Shrewsbury police released a composite sketch of the man who reportedly impersonated a police officer, pulled a woman over and tried to kiss her last week.
The man had a semi-automatic pistol in his belt at the time, police said.
The man—described as a white, between 22 and 30-years-old, 5-foot-7, 180-190 pounds with blonde hair with a flat top spiked in front—was driving a white unmarked Chevrolet Impala, described as a late 1990s to early 2000-model with red circle taillights and red and blue lights in the front windshield.
The victim believed the person driving the Impala was a police officer when he pulled her over from the northbound lane of Shrewsbury Avenue at Murdoch Avenue around 9 p.m. July 30, police said. She had already been pulled over by a fully-marked police car that night for a defective headlight, and she told the man posing as police that she had been stopped minutes earlier by another officer, who gave her a ticket.
While speaking to the victim, the man "kised her on the cheek and attempted to kiss her on the lips," according to police. The man told the victim that she would be paying enough on the previous citation and said she could leave.
Anyone with information about this incident should call the Shrewsbury Police Department's Detetive Bureau at 314-647-5656.