NBC are reporting that a series of Grand Theft auto modifications - aimed at replacing the fictional in-game police cars with replicas of real ones - have some American cops a little concerned.

While the mods are nothing new (they're for the ageing San Andreas, first released on PC in 2005), the Police in question seem to have only just gotten around to noticing. And noticing that their cars (and in some cases officers) are being replicated for use in video game killing sprees.


Don Gotthardt, from the Fairfax County Police Department, says "The Fairfax County Police Department finds the videos in very poor taste. One of the reasons we find it in poor taste is because of the way the officers are depicted."

Fairfax County cops have contacted YouTube and requested that videos showcasing the mods be removed.

Grand Theft Police Logos [NBC, via GamePolitics]