Canadian man may be the ultimate copycat criminal after police say he broke into a building and photocopied his face — and then left a senseless selfie behind.

Gary Lambe, 54, allegedly broke into a commercial property in Toronto on Aug. 23, ate "some food items leaving the remains behind" and then left — but not before the Goldilocks-like crook made a facsimile of his face.

DRUNK MARINE BREAKS INTO FLORIDA HOME, TELLS OWNER TO 'GO BACK TO SLEEP,' COPS SAY

Gary Lambe, 54, was arrested last month after allegedly breaking into a property and leaving a photocopy of his face.

Gary Lambe, 54, was arrested last month after allegedly breaking into a property and leaving a photocopy of his face. (Toronto Police Service)

Investigators released the photo to the public and asked for help identifying the suspect. Lambe was arrested in connection to the incident on Aug. 31 while already in custody for an unrelated issue, the Toronto Police Service said in a news release last week.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Lambe has been charged with breaking and entering and failure to comply with probation.

Source Link:
https://www.foxnews.com/world/canada-crime-photocopy-face-property

[-0.847359]

Comments

comments

Advertisement