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IN People ON 06 Jul, 2016
When a criminal is out on the loose, the police will do anything and everything to get the word out. A famous technique applied by police officers if they don't have the criminal's photo is to draw a sketch. A key witness of the crime describes the criminal's face and outfit, and by using all this information, a sketch artist draws the figure on paper.
Lois Gibson is one brilliant sketch artist because her sketches have led to solving nearly 1,000 crimes and is also mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records. We will be describing one such case in which Lois Gibson's sketch proved to be very helpful.
The police are linking this case to the sexual assault case in January and many women are being involved.
Some women have reportedly seen him peeping through their windows but it isn't defined who would be his specific target.
Every key witness has given the description and the sketch also matches the descriptions given by all the witnesses.
Many witnesses said that his eyes were his identifying factor and that they seemed way too scary.
He also had a slim built, was clean shaven and reached up to 5'11" to 6'1" in height.
They started relating the picture to cartoon characters and so many other things.
They thought he looked like Melereon from Hunter X Hunter.
Like this guy from Beetlejuice.
Nothing tops this.