If this is accurate, we have a feeling they'll catch him quickly.
Police in Warwickshire, England have reached out to the internet seeking help locating a suspect. The man is accused of committing a "distraction burglary" back in February.
Working in conjunction with the victim, police artists came up with a computer generated composite sketch, or "efit" of the suspect, which was released to the public. The composite came with some "distinct" features.
For obvious reasons, the public is pretty sure they'd have known if they saw this person. In fact, many were sure they have!
Times must be hard after his Banana Splits days. pic.twitter.com/U0XeU4G774— karl newsome (@karlsn74) April 3, 2018
Have you looked at Trump Tower…aka Jr. pic.twitter.com/tJynsiHXOE— Yo Wassup? ???????? (@tack_sharp) April 3, 2018
He was never the same after The Electric Mayhem broke up pic.twitter.com/G62fQ3LymQ— Gearóid Harrahill (@Jikashi) April 4, 2018
It’s the Theatre Thug from Drake and Josh pic.twitter.com/13c5P2s1Ox— Tingy (@Tingyoma) April 4, 2018
I know his sister ? pic.twitter.com/eWa6jFISx4— dodgyrunner (@SDivitt) April 3, 2018
This guy could be related same mouth pic.twitter.com/xWZUeBON30— Chris Varnes (@guitarvarnes) April 3, 2018
Case is closed. I found your man in a pineapple under the sea. It was a real shocker. pic.twitter.com/dZ0lwJAw9K— emily ? (@pure_howell) April 3, 2018
Last seen walking this dog. pic.twitter.com/vVYk4ytrZO— evilocity (@evilocity) April 3, 2018
Then there were these helpful folks.
Can you repost it without the Snapchat filter?— Gary | RFC ? (@GP_Byrne) April 3, 2018
Abit more like it pic.twitter.com/60b1uaRsav— Chris MR P Peret (@Richiep54635456) April 3, 2018
Suspect was last seen in the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion character creation menu. Use caution, citizen!— ArkadiaRetrocade (@ArkRetrocade) April 4, 2018
On the plus side, he's gonna be easy to identify.— #Wayward ᑎIᗷIᖇᑌ ? (@DanglingThpider) April 4, 2018
His dentist should be able to ID him without films. pic.twitter.com/xMI1ni5aUF— Laura Mcc (@lauraMcc1422) April 4, 2018
I mean, at least the guy became a meme. It was worth it. pic.twitter.com/rzStOhghbK— emily ? (@pure_howell) April 3, 2018
There's always a critic or two (or ten), though.
Hope the woman is ok but you've done yourselves no favours with that efit. This guy will become a meme now— Pippa Jones (@pippaliciousj) April 4, 2018
Worse than the Johnny English one pic.twitter.com/A36Gg9AgER— Matthew Bamber (@mattybambs93) April 3, 2018
I actually checked to see what date it was posted! ?— Caroline Anne Wilby (@caroline_wilby) April 4, 2018
Thank you for the best belly laugh in ages!!— Pippa Jones (@pippaliciousj) April 4, 2018
This is the description??? LOL ?????No wonder they say eyewitnesses are unreliable! pic.twitter.com/zQrvjV7gYx— Nikki Baby (@Never4gtDresden) April 3, 2018
Wish I could say this was an April's fools joke but no, it's the 3rd and someone definitely thought this efit was appropriate pic.twitter.com/pEA1oWDjC6— Ella (@imm4ture) April 3, 2018
Meanwhile, we're over here like:
Thanks for the laughs! These comments are classic! I really hope you catch the guy. Please post his real face when you do ? pic.twitter.com/ztL2b4ITjK— Lara Devika ☀️?? (@lovelara) April 4, 2018
Go ahead and hop on Twitter to read more about the Warwickshire efit if you need a laugh today.