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A man accused of falsely identifying himself as a police officer and sexually assaulting two women is under arrest in Northern Virginia, according to the Associated Press.

Thomas C. Kim, 31, of Herndon has been charged with sexual assault, abduction, impersonating a law enforcement officer, and use of a firearm in commission of a felony. Police say Kim committed two sexual assaults within hours of each other on Oct. 11.

Police arrested Kim on Oct. 24 after he was allegedly seen committing a similar crime.

Kim allegedly approached his victims and identified himself as a police officer. One victim was assaulted near her Herndon home, another was allegedly forced into Kim’s car at gunpoint, assaulted and then freed.

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