South Africans were confused over the official sketch the police released of the suspect involved in the harrowing New Year's Day Melville shooting.
An official sketch of the Melville shooting suspect has been released and it has left South Africans with more questions than answers.
Yusuf Abramjee shared the sketch - which was done by an 'expert' - on Twitter last week, Briefly.co.za gathered.
Abramjee captioned the post:
"P1 @SaturdayStar - Identikit of the Melville Shooting drawn by an independent facial recognition expert. If you have any info, call @SAPoliceService on 08600 10111."
South Africans wanted to know if the sketch was some kind of joke or if the police used artist Rasta for the job.
Twitter user, @Lebopo77, commented:
"Are you sure they didn't use Rasta?"
Nkosinathi Silindokuhle, who goes by the Twitter handle @pah_thuram, said:
"Is that a tongue or a toothpick?"
Another tweep, @iamrealstag, added:
"Is this a joke?"
Social media user, @mthwakazination, wrote:
"Is there any reward? If there is I will just grab anyone and hand him over."
Theodorah Manjo, @MissManjo, commented:
"Sooooo it's a cyclist with a toothpick? Hai even me I can draw better."
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