"Have You Seen My Zombie" Dude Sought by Cops for Forging Checks

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The guy pictured here wonders, via his T-shirt, whether you've seen his zombie.

Pasadena cops want to know whether you've seen the guy, because they say the picture shows him fraudulently cashing a stolen check.

"The victim had received the check via mail; the method that the suspect used to obtain the stolen check remains unknown," Crime Stoppers says.

The suspect is believed to be hanging out mostly in the area around 290 and FM 1960.

He's described as a white male, 24-29 years of age, approximately 250-300 pounds with red facial hair and glasses.

Anyone with information about the identity of the suspect is asked to contact Crime Stoppers of Houston at (713) 222-TIPS (8477).

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