People Convinced Man Wanted By Kent Police Is Jeremy Clarkson

It’s like the David Schwimmer photo all over again…


Kent Police issued a picture over the weekend, asking their followers for help identifying a man who they believed was connected to a suspected crime.

However, their plea fell a bit on deaf ears, as many people thought the person they were looking for resembled Grand Tour presenter, Jeremy Clarkson.

The police department wrote to the public: “Do you recognise this man? We believe he may have important information that can help us investigate the theft and fraudulent use of a bank card.

Jeremy, is that you? Credit: Facebook/Kent Police
Kent Police Facebook

“The card is reported to have been used at various locations across Ashford in December 2019 after it was stolen from a handbag on 6 December. As part of our ongoing enquiries, our investigators are now in a position to release a picture of a man who may be able to help them establish the full picture.”

They continued: “Anyone who can help identify the man is asked to call us on 01843 222289 quoting 46/233046/19.

“Alternatively, you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or using the anonymous online form at Crimestoppers-uk.org.”

After posting the picture, comments came flooding in about it potentially being Jeremy Clarkson, with one person writing: “Jeremy Clarkson off that car show on TV?”

Another said: “I thought it was Jeremy Clarkson and I see I’m not the only one.”

A third wrote: “Definitely Clarkson, arrest him now..”

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A fourth person hit the nail on the head with what everyone was thinking, saying: “It’s not just that his face and hair looks like Jeremy Clarkson, but the clothes he is wearing is just the kind of thing Jeremy would wear. I hope Jeremy has a good alibi.”

Now it’s important to remember that this ISN’T actually Jeremy Clarkson, and that an on-going investigation is still happening, so if you do know the man in the photo then please get in touch with Kent Police.

[Featured Image Credit: Kent Police / Amazon Prime]

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