A third case of police impersonation took place last week, Chase RCMP said Thursday.
This time, motorists on Squilax-Anglemont Road near Roderick Haig Brown Provincial park were followed by a car with flashing red and blue lights in the windshield.
The incident took place on the afternoon of Friday, Aug. 30, Cpl. Dan Moskaluk said.
"The couple did not stop for this vehicle, and they continued on their route towards their home," Moskaluk said.
"At one point the couple turned off the main road and noted that the small black car continued eastbound. The vehicle speeds remained normal for the road, and there was no pursuit nor high speeds involved."
RCMP has confirmed that there were no police officers working in the area at the time of the incident.
In two earlier instances, people were pulled over on Highway 1 near Pritchard by a man who drove a car with flashing red and blue lights. He identified himself as a police office conducting traffic stops.
In both cases, the man asked for a driver's licence and insurance, then returned them.
The suspect is described as being in his mid-20s, unshaven and wearing a nose ring, wearing plain clothes, a tuque and black cotton gloves.