Bakery prints burglary suspect’s picture on cookies

'Come on in and take a bite out of the thief while supplies last'
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Confora Bakery in Milwaukee was robed on April 19 by an unidentified suspect who got away with a bunch of cash and equipment. Owners Karen and Eric Krieg decided to use the picture of the suspect they got from their security cameras, and bake them right onto their sugar cookies, reports.

“So, we made delicious sugar cookies with his image on them!” they posted on Facebook.

Karen told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that they wanted to get the word out to the community, and see if the suspect could be identified.

“We invite the Bay View community to come on in and take a bite out of the thief while supplies last,” the Facebook post added. They also asked people to contact the Milwaukee Police Department if anyone could identify the suspect. Within days, the post led to countless tips to the authorities.

“He has been identified! Thank you to everyone who responded,” another Facebook post said.

Even though the man was identified, the police still haven’t been able to make an arrest.

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