Bloke clears up police appeal as he tells Facebook he’s actually a wanted man
A bloke who cops claimed was missing has revealed that he is in fact a wanted man.
Cumbria Police sent out an appeal for information related to Jordan Roche yesterday (Tuesday, June 20) afternoon, claiming that the 25-year-old has not been seen since June 12.
“Whilst Jordan is from Carlisle, he also has links to the Cockermouth, Workington and Whitehaven areas,” the police wrote on the post, which also has a photo of what appears to be Jordan's mugshot.
Hilariously, the wanted man today revealed that he not actually missing and is in fact wanted by police.
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He said in a Facebook update: “My name’s Jordan Roche. To clear things up am not missing am wanted, am 6ft5, medium build.
“Got links to Hebburn, jarrow, gateshead, south shields, Newcastle, Durham, Chester Lee street, sunderland, boro, prudoe, hexham, Carlisle, maryport, workington, whitehaven, Cletor moor, Glasgow and The f****** rest hahaha Good luck.”
The 25-year-old, whose Facebook profile claims he’s originally from Newcastle, added a seemingly new photo that he claims would help Cumbria police in its search for him.
It is not currently known what Jordan is wanted for, but the comments under the post appear to suggest that he is well known for these sorts of stunts.
One social media user called him a “smooth criminal”, while another told him to “take it easy” and offered their home as a place of refuge.
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Jordan isn’t the only person who’s seemingly on the run from the law.
The Daily Star reportedearlier this month that a man who escaped prison after spending 17 years behind bars had the audacity to appear on a YouTube podcast and complain about how hard prison is.
Greggor Grey, who managed to finesse his way out of HMP Sudbury, in Derbyshire, even went as far as going to his local newspaper to see if they would write a story about his hardships.
The Daily Star has contacted both Jordan and Cumbria Police for comment.
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