Worst police sketch ever? Police hunt oddly spherical man
A vaguely miffed-looking man with an almost perfectly spherical head is wanted in connection with the robbery of two women in Texas, at least according to this police sketch.
The Lamar County Sheriff’s Department released the drawing following the mugging on Thursday, stressing that the drawing was a composite sketch and not a likeness.
It seems the police sketcher was trying to draw a suspect who matched the victims' description of a man "6 foot tall or a little taller, approximately 25 to 30 years old with no or very thin facial hair, and a muscular build,", but there clearly wasn't much facial detail to go on.
The description continued: "His nose was straight with no flare in the nostrils. He has short black hair and a round face, with tattoos covering both arms and a tattoo on the left side of his neck.’
"The victim was adamant about the tattoo on his neck having a lot of red ink in it."
Anyone with information about the crime, or who manages to recognise the man from amorphous pencil blob above, is urged to contact the Lamar County Sheriff’s Department.
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