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Police Seek Man Suspected In At Least 10 Bronx Robberies While Impersonating Officer

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Police are asking for the public's help finding a man suspected of robbing at least 10 people while impersonating an officer.

The robberies happened in several neighborhoods throughout the Bronx.

The first one reportedly happened on June 16, 2012 in Fordham Manor, and the most recent reportedly happened in Westchester Village this past September.

NY1 is told that the suspect picked up his victims while driving a livery cab.

According to police, he would then tell his victims he was an officer, flash a fake badge and then steal their valuables.

Investigators say a gun could be seen during the robberies.

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