(SOUTH HUTCHINSON, Kan.) — It happened on Monday night at approximately 9pm. A woman was pulled over on Yoder Rd just south of US 50 HWY by someone she believed to be a Law Enforcement officer. The person flashed his headlights multiple times to get the woman to stop. Once stopped the "Officer" told the woman she matched the description of an earlier reported gas drive-off and that she needed to accompany him back to the gas station.
After some argument, the woman agreed to return to the Kwik Shop on the south end of South Hutchinson with the "Officer". The "Officer" had her stand outside with her car while he went inside for a short time. After returning to the vehicle the "Officer" told her he was sorry for the trouble and returned her to her car.
The Reno County Sheriff's office are actively working on this case and believe this is not an actual officer but someone posing as one for some reason. The vehicle was described as a white mid-sized car with black wheels and a spotlight on the left windshield pillar. There were no markings or decals on the vehicle. The woman driver said the "Officer" was dressed in clothing that appeared to be a uniform however had no patches and the badge used was hanging from a breast pocket in some type of wallet.