Alameda County Sheriff’s Office reported via their Facebook page, that a mouse had been spotted goading Officers as they sat in their patrol car..
Due to the intelligence displayed by the mouse, we can only assume that it was in fact a criminal, dressed up as the fury fugitive.
What made the encounter even more chilling, was the fact that the mouse seemed to specifically seek out a K-9 unit, in this act of brazen provokation.
According to Alameda County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page: “The suspect is 4 inches tall, weighing 1 ounce and wearing a grey and white furry coat”
As yet, there have been no further reports of similar encounters, but our team of roaming correspondents are monitoring the situation as we speak.
Law Enforcement Officers around the world are advised and encouraged to be on the look act for copycat (no pun intended) suspects donning mice outfits in the hope of hoodwinking patrol officers.
There was even some suggestion by one of Alameda County Sheriff’s Offices’ followers, that the mouse may have been attempting to rob the officer of some cheese – although, this has yet to be confirmed.
The current whereabouts of the brazen mouse is unknown. There were some reports that it was last seen heading towards Hollywood in order to audition for the next Stuart Little film.
We tweeted the Sheriffs Office concerned with some ideas regarding how best to catch the fugitive mouse, having consulted with some Elite Detectives based in the UK.
These Elite Detectives made us aware of a US company called ‘The Gourmet Cheese Detective’ – so we shared this intel with our American Oppos.
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The person in the photo wearing the mouse costume (used in this article) may, or may not be, our resident Medic Admin.
Written by Cop(ex). An Admin of Emergency Services Humour, and a regular contributor of our fortnightly satirical digital magazine, emailed to subscribers once every two weeks.
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