NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Cops are still looking for a police impersonator who made a fake stop in Flushing, Queens last week.

He told an 82-year-old man he could pay him $700 to avoid a traffic violation for running a stop sign.

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The suspect drove the man to a bank where he handed over the cash.

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The victim told CBS2’s Valerie Castro that he was embarrassed for falling for the scheme.

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Police believe the suspect has targeted others as well.