Police looking for fake Toronto cop whose dancing caused an accident (VIDEO)

Sep 22 2017, 12:47 am

Toronto police are looking for a man who dressed as an officer and danced at an intersection, causing an accident.

According to police, on Saturday, September 16, at 6:15 pm, they received a call for an accident in the Bloor Street West and Christie Street area.

It’s reported that a man dressed in a police officer’s uniform was directing traffic while dancing at the intersection. The police investigation has revealed that the collision, which occurred between two cars, was as a result of the man’s attempt at directing traffic.

Police are looking for the man, who is described as approximately 6’, thin build, wearing police hat, police vest with “POLICE” written on the front and back, a gun belt, dark-coloured short-sleeved police uniform shirt, dark-coloured shorts, white socks, black dress shoes.

Anyone who witnessed or recorded the incident is asked to contact 14 Division or Toronto Police at 416-808-1400.

A video of the fake cop was shared on social media, and police have released an image of the man below.

Fake Toronto Dancing Cop Causes Accident

Image of man wanted in Impersonating Peace Officer investigation/Toronto Police Service

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