These got caught....How many don't? Real border agents find 12 undocumented immigrants crammed inside fake Border Patrol SUV BY Meg Wagner NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Saturday, December 12, 2015, 2:46 PM Share this URL U.S. Customs and Border Protection Border patrol agents found 12 undocumented immigrants crossing into the U.S. in a fake Border Patrol SUV. Real Border Patrol agents busted a man using a fake Border Patrol SUV to smuggle undocumented immigrants into the country. Twelve undocumented workers were found crammed in the back of the lookalike Chevrolet Tahoe when Texas agents stopped it in Laredo on Thursday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a statement. "To a casual observer, the cloned vehicle appeared to be a law enforcement vehicle conducting official business, but to the observant Border Patrol agent something was not quite right," the agency said. The agents noticed the suspicious car while patrolling the border city. When they stopped the sketchy SUV, they spotted numerous people piled into the back seat, and pulled out a total of 12 immigrants. U.S. Customs and Border Protection The fake Border Patrol SUV looked identical to real government cars. The driver was arrested and officials are continuing to investigate. "As we continue to monitor security along the border and in adjacent communities, smugglers have resorted to desperate measures to conduct their illicit business," said Mario Martinez, chief of the Laredo Sector Border Patrol.