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Calgary police looking for anyone approached by man posing as officer

03/05/2015 03:32 EST | Updated 05/05/2015 05:59 EDT
CALGARY - Calgary police are looking to speak to anyone who may have been approached by a man who posed as an officer.

Police launched an investigation into the theft of about $8,000 worth of goods from Cross Iron Mills mall in December.

The investigation led to a home in the Penbrooke-Applewood area, and armed with a search warrant they arrested a man and woman.

A search of the couple’s vehicle yielded a fake police badge, handcuffs and blue-and-red dash lights.

Investigators want to hear from anyone who may have been approached by a 2014 black Dodge Ram truck with dash lights or by a man posing as a plain-clothes police officer

The man is described as 30 years old, five feet, seven inches tall, 240 pounds with a goatee.

Claudio Quinteros, formerly known as Steve Todd, and 32 year old Cara Gavin are facing theft-related charges.

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