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Henderson police want help identifying person in photograph

Posted June 11, 2010

— Henderson police are asking the public to help them identify a person in a photograph who "may have information related to an incident that occurred on June 5."

Police did not elaborate on the "incident." The photograph appears to show a woman pushing a grocery cart through a store.

Anyone who can identify the person in the photograph is asked to call Henderson police at 252-438-4141 or Crime Stoppers at 252-492-1925. All information will be kept confidential.


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  • BubbaDuke Jun 11, 2010

    It could be that the police are more interested in her cleavage than anything else.

  • JAT Jun 11, 2010

    wonder if she used a store card when she checked out. most people don't pay cash for groceries any more. i just hope they come back and tell us what type of incident it was....

  • Sidekick Jun 11, 2010

    joseph4567 - you can't make better a photo taken with a low res camera. If the video camera was HD, you could probably tell who it is right away.

  • smcallah Jun 11, 2010

    Saving the image and englarging it doesn't make the quality any better. You need to start out with a larger photo to have more detail so the quality is better.

    If you make this bigger, all you get is something worse.

    Not to mention, the image pictured here is slightly larger than the image when you just right click on it and select "View Image" So WRAL is already blowing it up a little bit, and it's not going to get any better no matter how far you zoom it. This isn't CSI.

  • leeannsdad Jun 11, 2010

    joseph4567 can right click the photo and save it on his computer and use his media player to enlarge the photo himself. You don't need to depend on others to do for you what you can do for yourself

  • josep4567 Jun 11, 2010

    i would know her if it was a bigger/better picture. i guess wral/henderson do not have ability to do that... as usual.