These pictures are not cartoon drawings, they’re actually real police e-fits

These pictures are not cartoon drawings, they’re actually real police e-fits

E fit, blond afro

Have you seen this man with a blond afro? (Picture: SWNS)

These are some of more ‘expressive’ criminals being hunted by police, including a man who has a giant blonde afro and a woman who resembles a Downton Abbey extra.

The dodgy e-fits were computer-generated in a bid to track down the fugitives last year, with the images looking like they could have come from a soap opera.

A woman wanted for a £1,000 distraction burglary in Cheltenham in April was drawn wearing a navy hat and bright red lipstick, making her look like a Downton Abbey resident.

E fit, Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey extra? Picture: SWNS)

Another unusual e-fit in the same rogue’s gallery from the Gloucestershire force showed a wanted man, who unfortunately had no eyes.

His sketch featured a hoodie pulled down to his nose, making it pretty difficult to see what he actually looked like.

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e-fit has been released of a man police want to speak to in connection to a suspicious incident in Stroud, Glos.  Here's some of the more unusual-looking suspects wanted by police - including a Frankenstein double and a woman looking like a Downton Abbey extra. See swns story SWEFIT. The dodgy e-fits were computer-generated in a bid to track down criminals last year. They include a woman who created her own drama with a £1,000 distraction burglary in Cheltenham, Glos - dressed in a Downton Abbey style costume.The glamorous crook in navy hat and bright red lipstick was wanted in connection with the burglary from a 73-year-old victim in April.Another unusual e-fit in the same rogues gallery from the Gloucestershire force saw a man wanted after a "suspicious incident" in Stroud - pictured with no EYES.His sketch featured a hoodie pulled down to his nose, making it difficult to see what he looked like at all. The eye-less suspect was wanted in connection with an incident where a man spooked a 14-year-old girl on a towpath in August.Witnesses might have found it easier to spot the man in another hair-raising e-fit - of a suspect with a giant blonde afro.He was wanted in connection with an incident where a man repeatedly approached an 11-year-old schoolboy in Tewkesbury in November.In Yorkshire one police e-fit of a ginger-haired shop thief made him look like Harry Potter character Ron Weasley.

He can’t see you but maybe you’ve spotted him? (Picture: SWNS)

An Efit-V of a man in the large hat who is wanted for a distraction burglary in Cheltenham. Here's some of the more unusual-looking suspects wanted by police - including a Frankenstein double and a woman looking like a Downton Abbey extra. See swns story SWEFIT. The dodgy e-fits were computer-generated in a bid to track down criminals last year. They include a woman who created her own drama with a £1,000 distraction burglary in Cheltenham, Glos - dressed in a Downton Abbey style costume.The glamorous crook in navy hat and bright red lipstick was wanted in connection with the burglary from a 73-year-old victim in April.Another unusual e-fit in the same rogues gallery from the Gloucestershire force saw a man wanted after a "suspicious incident" in Stroud - pictured with no EYES.His sketch featured a hoodie pulled down to his nose, making it difficult to see what he looked like at all. The eye-less suspect was wanted in connection with an incident where a man spooked a 14-year-old girl on a towpath in August.Witnesses might have found it easier to spot the man in another hair-raising e-fit - of a suspect with a giant blonde afro.He was wanted in connection with an incident where a man repeatedly approached an 11-year-old schoolboy in Tewkesbury in November.In Yorkshire one police e-fit of a ginger-haired shop thief made him look like Harry Potter character Ron Weasley.

Have you seen this man? Picture: SWNS)

The suspect with a giant blonde afro was wanted in connection with an incident where a man repeatedly approached an 11-year-old schoolboy in Tewkesbury in November.

In Yorkshire, one police e-fit of a ginger-haired shop thief made him look like Harry Potter character Ron Weasley.

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Ron Weasley from Harry Potter? (Picture: SNWS)

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