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Friday, January 3, 2014

Walter White Is Stealing Wallets Out of Cars in Lincoln County

Posted By on Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 11:45 AM

Doesn't this look like Breaking Bad's Walter White to you? - LINCOLN COUNTY SHERIFF
  • Lincoln County Sheriff
  • Doesn't this look like Breaking Bad's Walter White to you?

The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office needs your help catching a thief with the dark-rimmed glasses, goatee and bundled-up lumberjack look of an on-the-run Walter White from AMC's Breaking Bad.

  • Lincoln County Sheriff

Police suspect the chemistry-teacher-turned-drug-lord's look-alike stole a wallet from a car in a Winfield neighborhood and used the debit card in Wentzville.

Police released details and two ATM camera images Friday.

See also: Breaking Bad's Vince Gilligan Reveals the Exact Moment Walter White "Broke Bad" Forever

While the thief is not the real Walter White (don't worry, we won't spoil the ending), there's something about his face that reminds us of when the hit show's hero-slash-villain hid out in New Hampshire in Season 5:

click to enlarge Just add a hat and some plaid! - AMC, VIA
  • AMC, via
  • Just add a hat and some plaid!

If you know this man, contact the sheriff's office at 636-528-6100.

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