‘Say his name’: Police hunting for Walter White lookalike on meth allegations

Police in Illinois have a easy message for the general public: beware the one that knocks; he’s the chance.

Government are on the lookout for a person who bears a putting resemblance to Walter White, the fictitious science teacher-turned-criminal mastermind within the tv sequence Breaking Dangerous.

Todd Barrick, 50, is sought after on allegations of violating his parole in reference to meth ownership, consistent with the Galesburg Police Division.

A mugshot of Barrick has long past viral after many when compared him to White, who’s performed by way of actor Bryan Cranston.

Todd Barrick, 50, is shown in this mugshot from the Galesburg Police Department.

Todd Barrick, 50, is proven on this mugshot from the Galesburg Police Division.

Galesburg Police Division/Fb

Each Barrick and White have a bald head, glasses and a pink beard, however Barrick looks as if an alternate-reality model of White — most likely person who could have used a few of his signature blue meth.

Barrick is pictured in his mugshot with a number of tattoos on his frame. He additionally seems a bit of puzzled, or possibly he’s merely squinting on account of the brilliant lighting of the police station.

Fb customers have flooded the police division’s web page with jokes evaluating Barrick to the Breaking Dangerous persona.

“While you to find him, say his title,” consumer Alexs Zabaleta wrote.

“I knew Heisenberg used to be nonetheless alive,” Donny Alan wrote. “He knocks nonetheless.”

Barrick has no longer but been arrested.

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