Prince Harry roasted as cops hunt lookalike for stealing designer handbag

Prince Harry has been brutally roasted by social media users after several eagle-eyed people saw that cops are hunting his lookalike for nicking a designer handbag from a car.

Hertfordshire Police are currently searching for a man who allegedly took a posh Louis Vuitton handbag, Apple headphones and a hard drive after he smashed the rear window of a car that was parked at a Topgolf in Watford.

Following the incident between 8.30pm and 11.15pm on Friday, March 10, police released a CCTV image of their suspect, adding that he has not yet been identified, the Sun reported.

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Despite the seriousness of the alleged crime, social media users almost immediately piled onto the unnamed man, saying he looked almost exactly like the Royal Family’s black sheep, Prince Harry.

One user said: “Times must be hard in LA."

Another cheekily said: “Well the King did say they’re not getting any more money.”

And a third added: “You’d think Meghan would have enough Louis Vuitton bags.”

PC Michael Norris, who is investigating for Hertfordshire Police, said: “We have released a CCTV image of a man we would like to identify following a theft in Watford.

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“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.

“If this is you, or you recognise him, please contact me directly at [email protected].”

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The handbag thief isn’t the only person who’s worried about the association with Prince Harry.

The Daily Star reported that after Harry claimed to have killed 25 Taliban members while a soldier in Afghanistan, a professional Prince Harry lookalike said he was worried for his safety.

Rhys Whittock revealed that his mum told him he needed to wear glasses in public to make sure people don’t mistake him for Prince Harry, who moved to California in 2020.


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