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Connecticut children’s to provide the police with a sketch of the bad guy, “suspect is in a car accident:” I don’t know how far you have to go”

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A man who fled the scene of a two-car crash in Connecticut on Tuesday, will not be on the lam for a long time after that, the police were fortunate enough to find a trio of witnesses gave authorities detailed plans on what she saw, and she used colored pencils.

Investigators responded to the scene of a crash on the Berlin Turnpike involving a motorcycle and another vehicle, only to find out that the man who was said to be riding the bike and had to jump a fence and taken into the woods as police approached, according to the Berlin Police department.

The suspect involved in the crash turned out to look like this, according to one of the witnesses at the scene.
(Berlin Police Department)

The officers were unable to find the suspect, but the three young witnesses quickly got in the long arm of the law in one hand, and the marketing of their “artistic interpretations” of what he saw after the crash, police said.

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In one of the many, many drawings have been published by the police force, on Facebook, on Wednesday, the driver who is referred to as a “bad guy.” The artist helpfully notes, with the help of words, and directional arrows, where the man’s “hands,” “shorts,” “shoes,” “hat,” and “films”, apart from the presence of the “blood” for what seems like half of his face.

After the crash, police said the suspect fled the scene on a guard rail and into the woods.
(Berlin Police Department)

The police, thanks to Myla, her and Julian, for the purpose of providing the police with the suspect in the drawings.
(Berlin Police Department)

Another image shows the man, pictured next to what looks like a motorcycle, with his face half-covered in blood, the red substance in the child’s name is just a label. The act also contains a caption: “I don’t know how to drive.”

The original piece of art, in this sense, it is not enclosed in quotation marks, so it wasn’t immediately clear if the words are a direct quote, a paraphrase, or merely an observation about the man’s skills on the road.

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In the drawings, is intended to help the police, have been signed by Myla, her and Julian, who is — who is the police and thanking “for their research assistance.” The police didn’t have to go to the emerging portrait of the artists as well.

Police are encouraging anyone who recognizes the suspect in the drawings, may contact the department of 860-828-7082. The blood covering half of his face can be a giveaway as to his identity.

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