Police Seek Woman who Impersonated DCS Worker

GREENFIELD, Ind. (AP) – Police in central Indiana are seeking help finding a woman they say impersonated a child services worker and tried to take a resident's children.

WTHR and WISH-TV report that a Greenfield resident notified police Wednesday that a woman identifying herself as a Department of Child Services worker had come to her home and said she was there to take the woman's children. The impersonator said her name was Miranda but had no identification, and the mother refused to surrender her children. The fake caseworker then drove away.

The resident contacted the Department of Child Services and was told the department had no caseworker named Miranda and no open case into the Greenfield family.

Anyone with information is urged to call Greenfield police at (317) 477-4410.