World's Worst Police Sketch, Courtesy Of Steubenville

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There are simply no words.
  • There are simply no words.

Police sketches aren't an exact science. More times than not they turn out to be pretty accurate, but you'll forgive the sketch artists if sometimes the fuzzy descriptions from witnesses and artistic discretion lead to an image that might not be the truest representation of the suspect.

But sketches should never come out looking like this. Ever.

Steubenville Police have released a composite sketch of a murder suspect.

He is an individual who is wanted in connection with the shooting death of Antonio Williams who was killed on April 27.

The suspect is described as a black male, 6-feet, to 6-feet, 2-inches tall, 170 pounds, and 20-30 years old.

Police said he also has a lighter area on the left side of his face.

Anyone with information can contact our Crimefighters tip line at 800-223-0312.

So if you see an African American man made out of Play-Doh with screws bolted into his head and elf ears, give the Steubenville police a call.

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