Police are investigating an incident in Quakers Hill where a man and a woman were impersonating police officers as they approached a teenager.
A girl, 17, was walking south west along Douglas Road at around 10.40am on Monday (May 26) when she noticed a white station wagon, with what appeared to be ‘police’ written on the side.
A man and woman, believed to be aged in their early 30s, got out of the car and approached the girl.
The man asked to search the girl and walked to the rear of the white station wagon where he retrieved a German shepherd dog used to assist with the search.
The woman searched the girl and indecently assaulted her during the process.
The man returned the dog to the vehicle before searching through her bag.
No property was taken and the girl left the area and returned home.
She told her father about the incident, who contacted police.
Police are keen to speak with anyone that may have either seen the vehicle , or a man described as 180cm tall with short dark hair, and olive skin.
The woman described as 160cm tall with brown hair in a pony tail.
Both were wearing light blue shirts, dark blue cargo pants and black footwear.
Police urge anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000