I could not find the thread on police breaking into wrong address, so I started a new thread. http://www.channel3000.com/news/20261880/detail.html Authorities: Men Pose As Police, Search Sauk County Home Men Took Computer, Camcorder With Them Updated: 10:57 am CDT August 3, 2009 Text Size AAA TOWN OF DELLONA, Wis. -- Authorities are investigation after men posing as police officers searched a home in Sauk County last week. The Sauk County Sheriff's Department said two men went to a home in the Town of Dellona, near Baraboo, on Friday night. The men claimed to be state investigators who were executing a search warrant. Both men were dressed in suit coats and at least one of them was described as wearing a belt clip badge and a gun in his shoulder holster. Neither man gave a name, rank or agency, according to the sheriff's department. The men had official-looking paperwork and searched the residence for hours. They took computer hardware and software, along with a camcorder from the home. The men are believed to be in their 30s and drove a dark, mid-sized car with tinted windows. The sheriff's department is reminding residents that while local, state and federal agencies do use search warrants, real officers can provide a photo ID and a copy of the search warrant. The Sauk County Sheriff's Department is investigating the incident and asking anyone with information to call 888-847-7285 (TIP-SAUK).