maybe it was russ? actor david schwimmer alleges he is not the man police are looking for in u.k. beer theft case - box surveillance camera
Actor David Schwimmer mocked speculation that linked him to a theft in the United States. K.
After the police called for help confirming an identity.
The Blackpool authorities asked the public on Facebook to help identify a male in surveillance video related to theft of jackets, wallets and mobile phones.
In the image, dark-
In a local store, a suspect with thick hair holds a box of beer in his hand.
"Do you know this man?
"Read the included title.
"We wanted to talk to him about a theft at Blackpool restaurant on September 20 . . . . . . Thank you for your help.
Social media users soon noticed the striking similarities between the mystery and schweimer, and many of the sharing punters mentioned his hit show friends and his character Ross Geller.
Officer, I swear it's not me.
As you can see, I'm in New York.
I wish the police investigation of Blackpool, which has worked hard.
A man quipped: "I don't think this is the day of this person, his week, his month, even his year . " He relayed the lyrics to the sitcom theme song and another joked that the video could be part of a episode of "friends" called the episode where Ross stole beer.
A large number of comments prompted the police to dismiss David's involvement, insisting that he had sufficient alibi.
"Thank you for your prompt response," a representative posted . ".
"We have conducted a thorough investigation into the matter and confirmed that David schweimer was in the United States on this day.
We're sorry we had.
"It is not clear whether the police have successfully identified the man in a CCTV clip, but David is now involved in the film, provide surveillance footage of his own imitation to prove where he was at the time of the crime.
"Officer, I swear it's not me," he posted on Twitter, 51, next to a short film of his own beer in the store.
"As you can see, I'm in New York.
"Good luck with the investigation for the hard-working Blackpool police," he added . ". “itwasntme”.