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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Sketches That Helped Crack Crimes

These are just sketches until you look well.....



Pictured: A 2018 sketch drawn by an unnamed witness of a suspect in the Jan. 30, 2018, theft of cash from a farmers market in Lancaster, Pa.; and a July 11, 2017, photo of Hung Phuoc Nguyen, right, identified by police as the suspect in the theft. The witness provided the hand-drawn, black-and-white sketch to officers; though the drawing was cartoonish it helped remind an investigator of a potential suspect. WHP-TV reports a photo of the suspect was given to the witness, who made a positive identification.


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Released on Feb. 3, 2003, this police composite sketch showed a man wanted for information in the Elizabeth Smart kidnapping case in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S. A 14-year-old Smart was found alive on March 12, 2003, in a traffic stop in the car of a man, whom police described as a drifter, believed to be Mitchell, a man who worked for the Smart family as a handyman about six months before Elizabeth disappeared on June 5, 2002.



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The Chicago Police Department released this composite drawing of a man sought for the murders of eight Chicago nurses in the living quarters of a South Chicago community Hospital on July 14, 1966. The suspect was described as being male, white, about 25 years old, six-feet tall and weighing about 160 pounds, with brown hair a little longer than a crew cut. When last seen, he was wearing a black suit and shoes. The description was furnished by Miss Corazon, a nurse who survived the bloodbath by rolling under a bed.





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This handout image obtained on Aug. 14, 2016, courtesy of the New York Police Department (NYPD), showed the sketch of the man suspected of gunning down the leader of a mosque and his associate as they left an afternoon service on Aug. 13, 2016, in Queens, New York, U.S. Imam Maulama Akonjee, 55, and his assistant, 64-year-old Thara Uddin, were shot just before 2 pm (1800 GMT) in the Ozone Park neighborhood, police said. The attack reportedly took place after the two, dressed in traditional Muslim garb, left the Al-Furqan Jame Masjid mosque following Saturday afternoon prayers.



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A sketch released by police on Aug. 10, 1977, of Berkowitz who was also known as the Son of Sam. The drawing was based on descriptions by witnesses to shooting of Stacy Moskowitz and Robert Violante and previous shootings.


All photos/text by APF/Getty images.

3 comments:

  1. Incredible! I wonder if we can do this in Nigeria. ..

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    1. Why not? Incredible artists are in every country. It's just up to the police authorities to implement

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  2. This post would have made more sense of we actually got a view of the criminals in reality just like the first pic

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