Police Are Hunting Man On Meth Charges And People Think They Know Who He Is
Police in America are currently looking for a bunch of people after issuing warrants for their arrest.
The Galesburg Police Department in Illinois released mugshots of all the people they're keen to chuck handcuffs on and it all seems like a stock standard PSA.
However, one of the alleged criminals has caught everyone's eye on social media.
Police want to arrest 50-year-old Todd W. Barrick Jr. for violating his probation for possessing methamphetamine, according to the NZ Herald.
Again, seems like this shouldn't really raise any eyebrows, however when you look at Barrick Jr's mugshot, it's hard not to draw comparisons to Bryan Cranston's character from Breaking Bad.
The bald head, the glasses, the 'I'm The One Who Knocks' stare in his eyes; yep, that's a pretty decent lookalike. However, this is maybe what Walt would have looked like if he didn't die at the end of the award winning show (sorry for spoilers but the final episode premiered in 2013).
People on social media seem to agree with one person saying: "Heisenberg is alive!"
Other users even gave some suggestions to police on how to find Barrick Jr. and the other people listed on the Facebook post.
"Have you tried Albuquerque? Perhaps at Los Pollos Hermanos?" said one person.
"Well there can't be that many Pontiac Azteks left, especially with cracked windshields, so I suggest you start there!" mentioned another.
One man wrote: "Word on the street is that he is the one who knocks."
It's similar to the case in the UK where a person captured stealing a case of beer looked incredibly similar to Ross Geller on Friends.
The footage went viral on every social media platform on the planet and even prompted a funny response from actor David Schwimmer.
When CCTV footage of Abdulah's alleged theft was posted everywhere, police thanked everyone for their help in identifying Ross, but were seriously needing help with who was behind the crime.
In a later update, Blackpool Police also joined in on the joke, commenting: "Thank you to everyone for your speedy responses. We have investigated this matter thoroughly and have confirmed that David Schwimmer was in America on this date. We're so sorry it has to be this way."
Abdulah Husseini was eventually arrested however he never showed up to court, furthering the mystery of this Schwimmer lookalike.
Featured Image Credit: Galesburg Police Department