MILTON, Pa. (AP) – Police say a fake child-welfare caseworker barged into a Pennsylvania home and tried to take a child without explanation.

Police in Milton say the unknown woman refused to provide identification and tried to push past the resident to enter the home on Wednesday evening.

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The resident told police she blocked the doorway and pushed the phony caseworker onto the porch and tried to take her picture with a cellphone. Police say the woman knocked the phone out of the resident’s hand and then ran away.

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Police are searching for the woman.

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