Rosenberg Police Release the Least Helpful Police Sketch of All Time

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Last weekend in Rosenberg, a man in a mask robbed a father and daughter at gunpoint outside an apartment complex on Vista Drive.

To help catch this criminal -- who police say may have robbed some people at another Rosenberg apartment complex the very same day -- police have released a sketch of a man in a mask. You know, just in case you recognize a man in a mask.

Police did release some other details about the suspect, according to KTRK. Victims said the suspect was white, wearing an L.A. Dodgers jersey with the number 20, and apparently was wearing either faded blue jeans or shorts with black-red tennis shoes.

If you somehow recognize this man in a black ski mask, you've been asked to call Crime Stoppers at 281-342-TIPS.

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