Crime Stoppers of El Paso's Crime of the Week is brining the jokes. My fellow El Pasoans never cease to amaze me with their wit when it come to hilarious situations; although, the instances in this story are not funny- the comments it brought have been.

KTSM reports that on the morning of June 23rd, a car burglar allegedly stole a sheriff’s deputy badge and used it to pose as one- then he continued on to burglarize several cars. Then KTSM went on to post the photo that the surveillance camera caught... and the jokes began.

FitFam, which we all know is now all El Pasoans news source, was the first to catch this one hilarious comment, that when you read, you can't help but read in a certain voice. (Also, the wording is NSFW)

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First off, I think I speak for most of us when I say, who is the sheriff that took their eyes off their badge?! How do you explain that one to your boss? Others felt the same way (again, the language used in these comments is NSW)

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Would you believe some guy in a wife beater was a sheriff if they just flashed a badge, albeit a real badge? I can't say I would or wouldn't believe it, but I'd definitely question it.

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Also, many began to guess what side of town this foo, I mean, this guy was from. I, for one would just like to say that us here in the Northeast don't claim him!

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In all seriousness, Sargeant Javier Sambrano with Crime Stoppers tels KTSM the suspect is described as a Hispanic male. He’s believed to be between 18 to 23 years of age. And this individual does have a visible tattoo on his left wrist area. Anyone with any information on this should contact Crime Stoppers of El Paso at 566-8477(TIPS) or online at www.crimestoppersofelpaso.org.

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