Police in southeast England on Tuesday launched a crime-fighting twist by creating edible mugshots of its most sought-after suspects.

Surrey police shared a series of posts on social media showing the faces of those who have allegedly fled justice superimposed onto crepes, according to the London-based Evening Standard newspaper.

The police force wrote on Facebook on Tuesday morning: “We’ve teamed up with crepe artiste Phillipe De Pancake to help us locate some of our ‘most wanted’ through the medium of pancake art.”

“This is Thomas McKeogh. We’d love to ‘whisk him away’, so if you know where he is, give us a call on 101 reference PR/45190063997,” the post added.

Meanwhile on Twitter, they shared a likeness of Thomas Michael Cooper, who is wanted in connection with a series of burglaries. Enditem

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