Cops hunting Prince Harry lookalike after designer handbag stolen from car

COPS have issued an appeal to catch an alleged crook who nicked a designer bag – and he’s a dead ringer for Prince Harry.

The CCTV image was released after a theft from a car.


Police have launched an appeal to catch a Prince Harry Lookalike who stole a designer bag from a car in Hertfordshire

But on social media sites dedicated to policing matters, cops pointed out the resemblance to the runaway royal.

One UK Cop Humour – a Facebook page run by serving and retired officers – a caption read: “Rare footage of Harry without Meghan has emerged.”

And one person said: “Wow Harry really has hit a new low.”

Another added: “Making fun of the boss’s son.”

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And a third person said: “Dodgy character right there.”

Hertfordshire Police said of the suspect: “We have released a CCTV image of a man we would like to identify following a theft in Watford.

“Between 8.30pm and 11.15pm on Friday 10 March, a vehicle was broken into at Topgolf on Bushey Mill Lane.

“It was reported that the rear window was smashed and a Louis Vuitton bag which contained a Macbook, Apple headphones and a hard drive was stolen.”

PC Michael Norris, who is investigating, said: “We would like to identify the man in the image as it is believed he was in the area at the time and may have information which could assist our investigation.

“If this is you, or you recognise him, please contact me directly at”

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