Sheriff Searching for Men Impersonating Deputies


SEMINOLE, TX – The Gaines County Sheriff's Office has confirmed it is searching for two suspects accused of impersonating deputies and pulling over a driver near Seminole.

According to the sheriff's office, men in a White Ford passenger car and a White Tahoe or Yukon pulled over a driver using a siren and red and blue lights.

The first suspect is described as being a tall white male of German descent. He was seen wearing a blue long sleeve shirt, a cowboy hat, and a large belt buckle.

The second suspect was a white heavyset male. He was last seen wearing a dark polo, jeans, a large belt buckle, a ball cap and he had a white goatee.

The men did not have firearms or any official identification but did complete a search of the vehicle they pulled over.

Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call Lt. Landon Walker with the Gaines County Sheriff’s Office at 432-758-9871.

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