Police investigating the case of a bogus social worker have released an e-fit of a woman they want to speak to.
The incident happened on Deerhurst Place in Quedgeley on Wednesday afternoon. The woman, who claimed to be from Gloucestershire Social Services, was carrying a false badge.
She asked to check on the mother’s four-month-old son.
While no physical contact was made between the bogus social worker and the baby, she did check the baby’s heart beat with a stethoscope.
Police have released details of a woman claiming to be a bogus social worker who called on parents in Gloucestershire and examined their baby.
She's described as white with "slightly tanned skin", in her late 20s or early 30s, between 5ft 6ins and 5ft 7ins tall, with dark shoulder-length bobbed hair.
She had freckles on the left side of her face and wore a black trouser suit with a cream v-neck blouse with frills at the front.
Police have urged parents to be vigilant after a bogus social worker called at a house and examined a baby.
The woman, who claimed she was from Gloucestershire social services, was carrying a false ID badge and a black zip-up folder.
She visited a mother in Quedgeley, Gloucestershire, and told her there were concerns for the welfare of her four-month-old son.
The fake social worker asked to carry out checks and listened to the boy's heartbeat with a stethoscope during the incident on Wednesday.
Detective Inspector Andy Dangerfield, of Gloucestershire Police, said the woman did not have any physical contact with the baby.
"We don't know what the motivation for this was but clearly it is very concerning," Mr Dangerfield said.
Police have appealed for information about the woman, who is described as white with "slightly tanned skin", in her late 20s or early 30s and with dark shoulder-length bobbed hair.
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