Police responding to a report of an elderly woman frozen inside a car in Hudson, New York were surprised to find the woman was actually a mannequin.

According to CBS New York, a distraught caller contacted the Hudson PD around 8:30 a.m. on Friday after seeing what he believed was an elderly woman "frozen to death" inside a car. When officers arrived at the scene, they found what appeared to be an elderly woman sitting in the car's passenger seat with her seatbelt buckled and an oxygen mask on her face. She did not move and was unresponsive.

Officers were unable to find the car's owner and became concerned for the woman's safety—it was about five degrees Fahrenheit, the car was covered in snow and looked like it hadn't been moved recently, CNN reports.

After cops smashed the car's rear window, they found that the woman was actually a mannequin that is used for CPR training. But the mannequin was fully clothed, had hair, and skin blemishes.

When the car's owner arrived on the scene, he identified himself as a sales representative for a company that makes medical training devices, Hudson police told CNN. The man was reportedly angry that police broke his car window and told police he always transports the mannequin in a car.

"He apparently was quite vocal and vulgar to my Sergeant," Hudson Police Chief Edward Moore told CNN. "If you park your locked vehicle on the street on a sub-zero night with a life size realistic mannequin seated in it ... we will break your window," he added.