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Real NYPD officers are looking for three fake cops behind a recent attempted home invasion in Flushing.

At around 5 p.m. on Sept. 25, law enforcement sources reported, three unknown men approached a residence on Haight Street. The men identified themselves as police officers and had shields around their necks and attempted to enter the home.

Authorities said the suspects fled the location moments later without having entered the building. At this time it is unknown what prompted the fake cops to flee.

The suspects were last seen inside a teal SUV heading southbound on Haight Street, police sources said.

The 109th Precinct tweeted out the following images of the suspects:

Anyone with information regarding the incident should call 800-577-TIPS. All calls are kept confidential.

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