PIC: Police Roasted For E-Fit Image That Looks Like It Was Made On "Snapchat" 6 years ago

PIC: Police Roasted For E-Fit Image That Looks Like It Was Made On "Snapchat"

Keep the day job, lads.

Granted, members of the police force have more to be worrying about than their artwork, but whoever's job it was to conjure up this rudimentary e-fit of a wanted man is feeling the heat today.


Cheshire police released the computer-generated image in the hunt for a man wanted for questioning after being spotted with a knife in a pub in Macclesfield, according to Manchester Evening News.


The good news is - the picture has been shared. A Lot.

The bad news? People are seriously questioning how much money is left in constabulary budgets.


Facebook-user Dominic Gibbs wrote: "There's budget cuts, and then there's using snapchat to take a picture of your mate and scribbling on his face. This is Cameron's fault.

Another user wrote: "When you're in charge of a criminal investigation but only have access to Microsoft Paint."

Tor Bullock questioned: "Is this a joke? Do we need to sort some kind of collection? I'm sure there's a course people can go on," while Anna Gough wrote: "Looks like the image was made on someone's PC using Paint."


In all seriousness though, the man is described as mid 30s, white, with short black hair and a dark beard. He entered The Park Tavern in Macclesfield on January 12 and sat alone, with AA batteries in a plastic case around his waist.