Aug 05, 2022
Bradley Cooper lookalike hunted by police as Home Depot CCTV shows shoplifting suspect who’s spitting image of star
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COPS are hunting a Bradley Cooper lookalike after Home Depot CCTV showed the shoplifting suspect is a spitting image of the star.
Officers said the suspect was caught on camera nicking a rotary laser from a Home Depot store in Georgia, USA.3Fans joked the Hangover star was 'in character' for his next movieCredit: Henry County Police Department 3Georgia police said the Bradley Cooper lookalike stole a rotary laser from a Home Depot storeCredit: Henry County Police Department
Henry County Police shared a grab of the suspect in a notice shared on their Facebook account and were quickly inundated with 500 light-hearted comments.
"You know it's hard times when Bradley is having to steal," one user quipped.
"Bradley Cooper stealing? He's really far from the shallow now," joked another.
"Must be hard…keepin it so hardcore," wrote a third.
Others joked that the suspect was Cooper staying in character for his next project.
"Bradley Cooper really put [it] on for this role," wrote Mary Kethryn.
Facebook user Tom Sanford quipped that "Cooper pulled a Wynona Ryder" in reference to the star's 2001 run in with the law over shoplifting charges.
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It's understood the A Star Is Born actor is busy on set filming his latest movie, Maestro, in which he plays fames Broadway composer Leonard Bernstein.
This isn't the first time famous celebs have been compared to crims.
In 2020, Man City fans joked that a crook cops were hunting was a dead-ringer for Pop Guardiola.
Meanwhile, a man featuring in a police appeal in a burglary case was ruthlessly mocked online due to his resemblance to the BBC star Adrian Chiles.
And in 2019, fans were in hysterics when cops posted a David Schwimmer lookalike stealing beer from a Blackpool store.
Abdulah Husseini, 36, was seen clutching a crate of beers as he stared down a security camera.
The dead ringer for Friends star Ross had used a stolen bank card to make or attempt to make fraudulent purchases at four shops last September.Read More on The SunIN A FLASH I was stunned when I saw myself in a 15-year-old childhood photo of my husband
After swiping a wallet from a customer's jacket at an all-you-can-eat restaurant he then began trying to use the card from the wallet and made two successful purchases at nearby shops.
CCTV footage then shows him lifting a can of beers to the till at an Iceland.3Cooper is currently busy on set filming his latest movie MaestroCredit: AFP or licensors
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Crime and Public Safety | Store clerk killed in botched Antioch robbery
The man, an employee at the gas station convenience store located on 2701 Contra Loma Blvd, was shot in the head after being held up at gunpoint, authorities said. The suspect is still at large.
According to Antioch police, the shooting was reported at 2:05am on Saturday by another employee at the store.
Several officers reported to the scene and found the man on the floor just inside the store’s entrance. They provided emergency first aid to the man but he succumbed to his injuries shortly after paramedics arrived.
“Officers at the scene were able to determine that the victim was an employee at the service station and was held up at gunpoint during what appears to be a botched robbery,” Antioch police said in a statement.
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Detectives are currently interviewing witnesses in the area. “The investigation is still active, and evidence is being collected,” police said.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Antioch Police Department on (925) 778-2441.