A PEPPA Pig impersonator was stopped by police tailing a suspicious character seen trotting through a dark village.

The entertainer was en route to a surprise birthday party at night with her colleague Lauren Devonport, 27, dressed as JJ from CoComelon.

West Mercia Police/Triangle NewsThe Peppa Pig and CoComelon impersonators were stopped by police after trotting through a village '/ '

Two patrol officers in Stenson Fields, Derbys, became suspicious on Saturday night but took selfies when they realised the caricatures were safe.

Musical Mascots entertainer Lauren said: “The officers were lovely and glad we made them smile with our costumes.”

A Mercia Police safer neighbourhood spokesman said: “Occasionally, something happens that makes officers chuckle.

“With some bewilderment, officers Bobby and Foggy did a double-take.

“Initial concerns disappeared when it became clear they were on their way to a surprise party....

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