Womenz Magazine

Police e-fits of wanted criminals spark hilarious reaction from Facebook users

A series of police e-fits released to help officers track down wanted suspects have sparked a reaction from social media users who claim to have seen the potential cons in a Pixar film.

Others have said the individuals look like the “human equivalent of those creepy cats in the Crusha adverts,” with another posting a picture of the gummy old man in children’s film up.

“Just passed these two on grand theft auto near the beach,” joked a third.

“Leave them alone, they’re suffering enough,” added a fourth.

While a fifth quipped: “Did the guy on the right head melt in the sun?”

The images were made using computer software, with input from an operator and a witness to generate an accurate representation of a suspect.

E-fits are hugely successful in the absence of CCTV but Cheshire Police and Merseyside Police are still hoping to crack several cases where the technology has been used.

A series of police e-fits released to help officers track down wanted suspects have sparked a reaction from social media users who claim to have seen the potential cons in a Pixar film.

One of the offenders, a cyclist who allegedly exposed his genitals to a woman while she was out for a walk through the Woodland Trust site Grappenhall Heys in Warrington, is still being hunted from 2019.

Police said the man rode over to the woman before exposing himself sometime between 2pm to 2.30pm on Wednesday, October 23 2019.

He was wearing a grey hoodie which was zipped up to the top, black sport shorts, white trainers and had a white mountain bike with rubber grips on the tyres, Manchester Evening News reported.

Another is the e-fit of a man wanted in connection with two sex offences in Runcorn.

Cheshire Police say the first incident happened when a man stood at a bust stop on Merlin Close in Castlefields at around 10am on Thursday, September 5, 2019 and exposed himself to a woman in her 60s.

Less than an hour later, a man fitting the same description grabbed a woman in her 30s as she walked along Lodge Lane in Halton Village towards Shopping City.

Police described him as slim, with a messy dark ‘bowl’ haircut with a fringe, large eyebrows and a boil or spot near his right eye.

Related posts

Nurse charged with eight baby murders and 10 attempted killings

alex

President Trump Just Delivered His Most Crushing Blow Yet to Poor Ol’ Mitch

alex

BREAKING: Trump Makes Huge Political Hire Amid Rumors Of 2024 Run

alex