Police are on the hunt for a man who is alleged to have stolen cash from a business in the US but finding him might be a little hard looking at the sketch they were given by a witness.
Lancaster Police were told that an unknown man was pretending to be an employee at a stand inside Central Market in Pennsylvania when an employee was away from the area.
The man is alleged to have taken cash from the business and left the area on foot.
While the suspect was described as a 30 to 40-year-old man, 5' 4" tall, petite build and was possibly South American or Asian, it's a little hard to tell from the hand-drawn sketch they were given by a witness.
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The witness drew a man's face with what appears to be a beanie on his head and also put a few lines on his face.
The suspect was further described as having straight, black hair that covered his ears and that he had wide-set cheekbones and a pointed chin.