jokers for the feb 17 2018


  • .156” 5086 Aluminum Alloy diamond plate floor
  • 16” x 16” Flip over trap door for gooseneck hitch
  • 3” Channel cross members on 12” centers
  • Cab and Chassis – 5” Mounting “J” sill’s full length under the body set @ 34” apart
  • Pick-Up Trucks – ½” Thick x 3” Wide flats full length under the body set @ 36” apart


Side rails

  • Extruded 3-½” wide x 5-½” high side angle rails each side
  • Extruded 3-½” wide x 8-½” high angle rail across the back
  • Cast tapered rear corner caps on each side for extra trailer swing clearance
  • 1-½ ” x 3-½” Stake pockets down each side only
  • ⅜” Thick x 3” wide rub rails down each side only
  • 1-Cast fuel fill (pick-up trucks @ drivers side front / cab & chassis @ drivers side rear)

Six Cleveland officers sacked after 137 shootings killed two unarmed black people

The high-speed chase that killed Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams involved 62 police cruiser and more than 100 policemen in Cleveland

Cleveland officials said on Tuesday that they were sacking six police officer involved in a 137 -shot barrage that killed two unarmed black people after a high-speed chase.

Those officers included Michael Brelo, a patrolman acquitted of manslaughter charges in May for having fired the last 15 shootings of the barrage in East Cleveland on 29 November 2012. The chase began when policemen standing outside police headquarters mistook the sound of a beat-up Chevrolet Malibu backfiring as a gunshot.

Six more officers who fired during the barrage face suspensions ranging from 21 to 30 days, said public safety director Michael McGrath, the former police chief. A total of 13 policemen had been notified they faced administrative discipline, and one of them has retired, McGrath said.

The president of Clevelands largest police union, Steve Loomis, vowed to fight the discipline and said grievances appealing the firings were filed with the city on Tuesday. He described the firings as unbelievable, unprecedented and politically motivated.

Its tragic that it was downed this way, but at the end of the day, two people high on crack cocaine, high on marijuana, one of them intoxicated, constructed the decisions that they made and we responded to them, Loomis said. And we responded within our educate.

The policemen had been cited for to intervene in the chase or leaving the city without permission. More severely, some were accused of imperiling other policemen by creating or contributing to a crossfire situation.

McGrath said officials reviewed hundreds of pages of related documents and multimedia to reach decisions on discipline.

It was very difficult But at the end of the day, there were general police orders. There are manual rules and regulations that we expect officers to comply with, McGrath said. If they didnt comply with those particular general police orders or manual rules and regulations, I sustained charges.

The high-speed chase involved 62 police cruiser and more than 100 officers. The shooting killed both occupants of the car. Timothy Russell was hit by 24 shoots, Malissa Williams by 23.

Authorities never learned why Russell did not stop. He had a criminal record including convictions for receiving stolen property and theft and had been involved in a previous police pursuit. Williams had sentences for drug-related charges and attempted abduction. Both were described as mentally ill, homeless and addicted to narcotics. A crack pipe was found in the car.

Of the officers who were fired, merely Brelo faced criminal charges. Attorneys said he stood on the vehicles hood and fired inside repeatedly after the car had stopped and its occupants were no longer security threats.

Defense lawyers said the officers involved in the chase and shooting had probable cause to believe the person or persons in the car were a safety menace. Brelos disciplinary letter cites that and also notes that he fired 49 times, more than doubled any other officer involved.

Investigators eventually concluded Russell and Williams were not armed.

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How to Use Dark Matter Detectors to Catch a Uranium Burglar

Physicists thought they had built the detector to rule them all. A mile underground in a former South Dakota gold mine, the Large Underground Xenon detector was the latest, greatest attempt to find dark matter, the elusive material that physicists think makes up a missing 25 percent of the universes mass. But last September, LUX retired after spending three years on its unsuccessful search. Its creators dismantled its computers and electronics and emptied 800 pounds of liquid xenon from its six-and-a-half-foot-tall tank. They pulled the equipment piece by piece up through a mine shaft.

No one has found evidence of dark matter, despite the fact that physicists’ measurements are more precise than ever. Theyre already building LUXs more-sensitive successor, LUX-ZEPLIN, which will search for weakly interacting massive particles, or WIMPs. But even if these ever-more-monstrous machines dont find dark matter, physicists have found a client for their detector technology: the nuclear security industry.

Physicist Adam Bernstein of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory studies dark matter with LUX. But he also adapts dark matter detectors into technology that’s a bit more practical. Watchdog agencies like the International Atomic Energy Agency, for example, can use dark matter detectors to look for missing nuclear material. From a distance they seem like two totally different occupations, says Bernstein. But intellectually, making a dark matter detector is very similar to making a nuclear security detector.

In the last decade, the IAEA has tallied hundreds of instances of people smuggling nuclear contraband such as uranium, cobalt, or iridium. Weapons-grade ingredients can go for millions of dollars per pound on the black market. People steal the material from nuclear power plants—but also hospitals, where doctors use its radiation in cancer therapy, and oil companies, who beam the radiation at their pipelines to find structural weaknesses. In November 2015, an American oil services company and a Turkish contractor brawled over 10 missing grams of iridium-192 in Iraq. The Turkish company was using the iridium to inspect a pipeline, but they stored the material in an American-owned storage facility. Iraqi authorities later found the material—enough to make a small bomb—next to a gas station, after four months of the Americans and Turks passing the blame around.

To locate missing material, security agents need tools that can detect nuclear radiation from far away. Physicists hypothesize that dark matter behaves similarly to the flighty particles emitted in radioactive decay. Neutrons, gamma rays, and theoretically, dark matter particles all fly straight through solid objects—even the mile of rock above the former LUX detectors underground home. So they design huge detectors, built of materials like liquid xenon or crystalline germanium, to emit light if a dark matter particle collides with it.

That same detection medium can detect particles emitted by nuclear material like plutonium, says Bernstein. And even though LUX wasn’t good enough to catch a WIMP, it was great at catching neutrons and gamma rays. Physicists actually built a special shield around LUX in order to block out all the light from those other particles.

Now, LUX in its current form could never be used as a nuclear detector. For one thing, it’s not portable. And nuclear security agents run their tests on Earth’s surface, not a mile underground. The dirt and rock above LUX shields it from cosmic rays and other particles raining down on Earth, and it wouldn’t work above ground. “There would be so much noise,” says Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress, who works on nuclear nonproliferation at the Middlebury Institute for International Studies.

Physicists have to make these detectors affordable, too: LUX cost $10 million to develop and construct. A dark matter detector is really the Cadillac of detectors, says Dalnoki-Veress. But sometimes what you really want is a Ford. Something that is cheap but still does the same thing.

Mini-LUXes aren’t on the market yet. But physicists have invented a miniature cousin of the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search, a germanium-based detector. Germanium has to be really cold to work, which meant they had to hook it up to a tank filled with liquid nitrogen or helium. But in a breakthrough about ten years ago, physicists figured out how to cool germanium using electricity. That meant they could now cool germanium detectors with batteries—no need to lug around the liquid nitrogen. These days, nuclear security agents widely use a 20-pound germanium detector the size of camcorder to hunt for missing nuclear material.

Bernstein and his colleagues are still investigating whether LUX’s liquid xenon detection techniques would make a good handheld detector. But even if mini-LUX is never an actual product, they have learned more about the science of radioactive particles, which will be useful in whatever portable detector gets built, Bernstein says. Dark matter or no, they’ll get plenty of detective work done.

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John Force uncovers first NHRA Funny Car based on the sixth-gen Camaro

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Chevrolet has unveiled its NHRA Funny Car based on the sixth-generation Camaro.

The bright blue example was unveiled by 16 -time NHRA champion John Force and daughters Brittany and Courtney.

Both daughters are drag racers themselves, and some readers will recollect Courtney helped introduce the 2016 COPO Camaro during last years SEMA show.

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John will be the first behind the wheel of the new Camaro Funny Car. Hell race it this weekend at the NHRA Kansas Nationals, in Topeka, Kansas.

Although the design appears instead rudimentary compared to autoes in other motorsport categories, complex computational analysis and gust tunnel testing is required to ensure optimal airflow management.

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Sufficient downforce is crucial as current Funny Cars are developing as much as 10,000 horsepower from their supercharged V-8s. This find them accelerate from 0-330 mph in less than 4.0 seconds and in a mere 1,000 feet.

Improvements induced over the previous fifth-gen Camaro-based Funny Car include an integrated front splitter that helps direct more air over the body to increase downforce. The design also incorporates dual blow-out panels, usually referred to as explosion panels. These relieve underbody pressure to help keep the body on the chassis in the event of an engine failure.

And just like its road car cousin, the most recent Camaro Funny Car is lighter than its predecessor.


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These solar glass blocks would induce great skylights for your solar roof

If youre going to be decking your roof out with solar tiles, theres a potential that you may forgo what might be the best placement of a skylight in favor of more solar cell square footage. Luckily solar glass is fast becoming an option, and these clever glass blocks are the best alternative Ive find yet.

Other solar glass options generally harvest in the infrared scope, since if you captured the full spectrum well, that wouldnt has become a window, itd has become a wall. But the energy you can capture is limited.

Researchers at the University of Exeter thought up an interesting alternative that may be the best of both worlds( until the next breakthrough, anyway ). They generated these thick blocks of glass with optical features not quite lenses or passageways, but kind of illumination guides that funnel sunlight from a large region on the sunny side of the window onto a much smaller cell on the inside.

By concentrating the light onto a smaller phase, you get considerably more energy out of the cells tiny surface area than if it were ordinarily illuminated. It wont be as much as a full-on cell encompassing that amount of space, but at least its transparent! Apart from the little cells and the wires connecting them, of course, which actually make a rather cool-looking pattern.

And because of their thickness, these Solar Squared units, as theyre called, even offer decent insulation.

Free light, free power, and free thermal insulation or free after it pays for itself, anyway. That could make it attractive to larger building decorators, who are always looking to integrate energy-saving, green features like this into their work.

Solar Squared is being spun off from the University as an independent business endeavor a company called Build Solar.

Of course you cant order these things right now its still a prototype and theyre waiting on the patent to go through. But its a smart notion and one that seems likely to find its footing in the commercial world. If it sounds like a good match for something youre build and youre in the UK somewhere convenient to Exeter contact the team and maybe you can work together to put together a demo roof.

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Suspect in deaths of 2 at New Mexico library called a ‘hurting’ youth

Clovis, New Mexico (CNN)A gunman walked into a public library in eastern New Mexico on Monday afternoon and opened fire, killing two employees there.

“He just started unloading pretty much the whole clip,” said Sam Nathavong, who told CNN affiliate KRQE that he was in a room studying when he heard the shots.
“I threw the table against the door and I barricaded myself in there,” Nathavong said. “I thought he was coming my way and by then the cops got there.”
As gunfire erupted at the Clovis-Carver Public Library just after 4 p.m. local time, police arrived to the scene to confront the shooter inside the library.
The gunman was arrested without firing anymore shots, according to police.
“He gave up. He didn’t resist,” Clovis Police Chief Douglas Ford said at a news conference.
Police arrested high-schooler Nathaniel Jouett, 16, who is expected to face first-degree murder charges.
Prosecutors said Tuesday they intend to seek adult criminal charges against Jouett, who they say shot and killed two library employees, Wanda Walters, 61, and Kristina Carter, 48. Three adults and a 10-year-old child were also wounded.

Girlfiriend: Suspect was distraught over bullying

Davena Stevens, Jouett’s 16-year-old girlfriend, told CNN that Jouett was distraught over what she described as a bullying incident at school on Friday. Police Chief Doug Ford said that incident, which led to Jouett’s suspension, is part of the investigation.
Jouett has not commented on the allegations. He will appear in juvenile court later this week.
Stevens said she received a Snapchat from Jouett the afternoon of the shooting, saying he would be over to her house at 4:30 p.m. But when news of the shooting hit, and Jouett was nowhere to be found, she rushed over to the Jouett house.
“They said two of his dad’s guns were missing, and right then I knew it was probably him,” Stevens said.
Police wouldn’t confirm where the guns used in the crime came from, saying that’s part of the investigation.

The victims remembered

On Tuesday night, community members gathered at a church to pray and remember the victims.
Walters had worked as a circulation assistant at the library.
“She cares about the people who come in here,” said Nathan Pruett, a Clovis resident who frequented the library and was fond of Walters.
“She prayed for me and my mom who had a stroke,” Pruett said. “And now I’m here praying for her family.”
Carter worked in youth services at the library. Her family told KRQE that she loved working at the library and reading to kids.
“I’ve heard so many wonderful stories about them, please keep them in your thoughts and prayers,” said Gov. Susana Martinez, who visited the four wounded victims recovering at a Lubbock, Texas, hospital.
Clovis mayor David Lansford called the shooting”such a senseless tragedy, and there isn’t a reason for it.”
“When it’s all said and done you can come up with a lot of explanations, but I don’t anyone will ever be able to put a reason on why these kinds of things happen.”
Clovis, a city with an estimated population of 40,000, boasts itself as the home of Cannon Air Force Base. The city is about 200 miles east of Albuquerque and is an agricultural and rail hub on the New Mexico-Texas state line.

Who is the teenage suspect?

Last month, Jouett stood over a podium, sobbing as he told a congregation about his life during an evening church service at the Living Word Church of God, where Jouett had attended.
“I hit rock bottom, and the only good thing about hitting rock bottom is you can only go up,” Jouett said to a chorus of “Amens.”
“Let it out,” one member of the congregation said during Jouett’s roughly half-hour testimonial. A video of it was made available to CNN by the church.
Much of it centers on Jouett’s estrangement from his biological mother.
“I was really sad,” he told the congregation, of the period when they first became estranged. “I took a knife up and down my chest,” he said.
Jouett rediscovered church life about four months ago and had recently been baptized, his girlfriend said.
“How do you go from getting baptized to shooting up a place?” Davena Stephens said Tuesday.
Jouett’s father, Chris, and his stepmother spoke briefly to CNN on Tuesday outside the Clovis Police Department. They declined to comment publicly.
Associate Pastor Paula Stevens, whose daughter, Davena, is dating Jouett, said of the alleged crime, “I’m not minimizing what he did. What he did was terrible and lives are forever destroyed. I just want people to know… he’s a hurting young kid who was at his breaking point.”
“I think we didn’t have enough time,” she said. “And somewhere along the way we missed something.”

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Auto industry’s Trump fear: ‘Everyone dreadeds being subject of a tweet’

Auto executives and analysts are fretting about how Trump will use the bully pulpit of his office and his Twitter account to try and force radical change

I like the car Im in now. Its a Chevrolet Suburban. Made in the USA, Donald Trump told the Detroit News last year when the then presidential hopeful was asked to name his favorite car from his 100-plus vehicle fleet that includes a scissor-door Lamborghini Diablo and a 1956 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud.

For General Motors, Chevys owner, it was nice PR, the latest in a series of endorsements from the Trumps that reach back like a stretch limo to the Cadillac Trumps landlord father Fred used to pick up his rent checks. In the 1980s Donald Trump even worked on building a Trump-branded Cadillac, complete with VCR and paper shredder. The Trumps may be fans of the USs largest car manufacturer but GM, and the car industry in general, should have been paying more attention to the final sentence of his pre-election endorsement: Made in the USA.

Trump hit out at the car industry last week like a drive-by shooter, firing off a series of angry tweets about their outsourcing of US jobs. Those tweets will be the hottest topic this week as Detroits annual car jamboree, the North American International Auto Show, gets started. Its a chance for the industry to show off all its latest products and for its executives to address the media about the future. Trumps blimp-like shadow is overhanging the event as executives and analysts fret about how this overtly interventionist president will use the bully pulpit of his office, and his Twitter account, to try and force a radical change in the way they do business.

Pretty much everybody is dreading being the subject of a tweet. Getting hauled out into the court of public opinion with virtually no warning is not something anybody wants to get engaged with, said Kristin Dziczek, director of the industry, labor and economics group at the Michigan-based Center for Automotive Research (CAR).

Inside Donald Trumps 1988 Cadillac: the best limo in the world had rosewood interiors and was equipped with a fax machine, TV, VCR, paper shredder and built-in safe. Photograph: Jules Annan / Barcroft Images

The auto industry matters to the US and to Trump. Six years after a recession that almost destroyed it, the US car industry has made a miraculous recovery. Last week it reported record sales for 2016. Auto manufacturers, suppliers and dealers employ over 1.5 million people and directly contribute to the creation of another 5.7m jobs, according to the CAR.

Trump won thanks in large part to states where the auto industry is strongest. The Republican candidate took Michigan, home to the auto show and still the industrys hub, from the Democrats for the first time since 1988 with a campaign that tore into companies that have sent those voters jobs abroad, especially to Mexico. Ford bore the brunt of Trumps attacks during the election. Last week it was GMs turn. Then Toyotas.

General Motors is sending Mexican-made model of Chevy Cruze to US car dealers-tax free across border. Make in USA or pay big border tax! the president elect warned via his favorite megaphone, Twitter.

Two days later, he was after Toyota. Toyota Motor said will build a new plant in Baja, Mexico, to build Corolla cars for US. NO WAY! Build plant in US or pay big border tax, he tweeted. Toyotas plans were old news but the tweet came on the same day that its president, Akio Toyoda, had told reporters he was keen to work with the president-elect.

Auto industry jobs across the US.

These were the latest in a series of attacks on major US employers, including Carrier, Boeing and Lockheed Martin, that have so far brought CEOs running, cap in hand, to Trump Tower to make up for their alleged corporate misdeeds. Shortly after the GM tweet, Ford announced it had canned plans to open a $1.6bn plant in Mexico and would add new jobs building electric and hybrid vehicles at a plant in Flat Rock, Michigan. Trump hailed the move: Thank you to Ford for scrapping a new plant in Mexico and creating 700 new jobs in the US. This is just the beginning much more to follow, he tweeted.

Matt DeLorenzo, managing editor for Kelley Blue Book, said Trump was playing to his base and a lot of the voters who put him in office were industrial midwest, blue collar, union workers. All his tweets and pronouncements have been geared to addressing that audience, said Matt DeLorenzo, managing editor for Kelley Blue Book.

Ford had already warned that the car industry was expecting a slowdown in sales, especially of smaller vehicles like the ones that would have been built in Mexico. So scrapping the plan makes economic as well as political sense for the company, but market watchers doubt the industry and Trumps agendas will remain compatible.

GM is expected to start laying off more than 3,000 factory workers in Michigan and Ohio, another state that voted for Trump, starting later this month. Will they defend that decision if Trump goes on the attack?

The car industry is truly international and China is its largest market. GM and its joint venture partners sold 3.87m vehicles in China in 2016, up 7.1% from the previous year. China accounts for a third of GMs sales. Like its corporate peers, GM has so far remained silent over Trumps anti-China rhetoric, but a trade war would be a disaster for the company.

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Teslas Solar Roof Pricing Is Cheap Enough to Catch Fire

Tesla Inc. has been engaged in taking $1,000 deposits for its remarkable solar roof tiles–to be delivered the summer months at a price point that could expand the U.S. solar market.

Tesla will begin with production of two of the four styles it unveiled in October: a smooth glass and a textured glass tile. 1 The French slate and sculpted Tuscan versions of the tile will be available in 6 to 9 months. Roofing a 2,000 square-foot home in New York state–with 40 percentage coverage of active solar tiles and battery backup for night-time use–would expense about $50,000 after federal tax credits and produce $64,000 in energy over 30 years, according to Tesla’s website calculator.

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That’s more expensive upfront than a typical roof, but less expensive than a typical roof with traditional solar and back-up batteries. The warranty is for the lifetime of your home.

” The pricing is better than I expected, better than everyone expected ,” said Hugh Bromley, a solar analyst at Bloomberg New Energy Finance who had been skeptical about the health risks market impact of the new product. Tesla’s cost for active solar tiles is about $42 per square foot,” significantly below” BNEF’s prior estimation of $68 per square foot, Bromley said. Inactive tiles will cost $11 per square foot.

The vision Musk describes with the solar roof is the grand unification of Tesla’s clean-energy aspirations, combining solar power, batteries, and electric cars.” These are actually the three legs of the stool for a sustainable energy future ,” Musk said.” Solar power going to a stationary battery pack so you have power at night, and then charging an electric vehicle … you can scale that to all the world’s demand .”

The rooftop shingles are virtually indistinguishable from traditional high-end roofing products, with discreet solar cells embedded beneath a glass surface. From most viewing slants, they look just like ordinary shingles, but they allow light to pass through from above onto a standard flat solar cell.

Tesla is going after an Apple Store strategy for solar power after acquiring SolarCity Corp. last year for$ 2 billion. Tesla has halted door-to-door sales of solar panels and begun testing solar marketings in its auto stores. Initial trials detected the new strategy was 50 to 100 percent guys more efficient than at the best non-Tesla places selling SolarCity products. Over the next six months, more than 70 stores will be staffed for solar sales.

Production will begin at Tesla’s Fremont solar plant in California and then transformation to its new mill in Buffalo, New York, with additional investments from Tesla’s partner, Panasonic. Musk said initial marketings will be limited by fabricating capability as the company ramps up its production volumes.

About That Pricing

Tesla released a tool on its website, where U.S. homeowners can estimate the total cost and lifetime savings of adding the solar roof and backup batteries. The total cost of installation, ownership, and electricity savings will be lower than comparable solar setup. However, for many homes the initial cost of the roof remains considerable.

A Tesla solar roof will also lose some of the energy-generating density of a traditional panel, because the cells must be spaced farther apart be held accountable for the leading edge of the tiles, BNEF& apos; s Bromley said. Therefore, the percentage of the roof that will be covered by active solar cells will be higher, as will the total cost of the roof. All told, a traditional solar setup might be 30 percent cheaper than a Tesla roof, he said, but Tesla& apos; s will appear better and come with a lifetime warranty. “A 30 percentage premium could well be acceptable.”

” It is more affordable roof you can buy, all things held ,” said Peter Rive, co-founder of Tesla’s recently acquired SolarCity division.

The tempered glass in Tesla& apos; s tiles is designed to conform to the toughest durability standards for both roofs and solar products anywhere in the U.S ., according to Tesla. The roof itself is guaranteed to outlive your home, while the power production of the solar cell is covered under a 30 year warranty.

Tesla will manage the entire process of solar roof installing, including removal of existing roofs, design, permits, installing and upkeep. The company estimates that installing will take about a week.

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Fbi Asks For Public’s Help To Catch Suspected Serial Child Abductor

This image released Oct. 13, 2016 by the FBI shows the suspect in a number of child abductions in northeastern Ohio( FBI)

Authorities in northeastern Ohio, along with the FBI, are asking the public for help finding a suspected serial child abductor.

The suspect is wanted in connection with the kidnapping of a 6-year-old Cleveland girl this past May, as well as the attempted abduction of a 10 -year-old girl in the suburbium of Elyria this past February.

“He’s a bad, bad guy, ” FBI spokeswoman Vicki Anderson told earlier the coming week.

Investigators say the suspect is especially dangerous because he brazenly enters the homes of his victims early in the morning, while their parents are asleep.

In the February abduction attempt, officials say the suspect unlocked several doorways and windows in the girl’s home. The next morning, he opened the girl’s bedroom window and tried to pull her outside by her legs. However, the girl succesfully fought him off and ran to her father’s bedroom.

In the Cleveland case, the suspect was caught on surveillance video observing the girl’s home on multiple occasions before he kidnapped her in the early hours of May 21.

The man fell the girl off at an intersection 17 hours after she was taken. Authorities acknowledged publicly the coming week that the girl was “assaulted” by her captor.

“He did things to her that we’re not going to go into, ” Anderson told “But she was harmed. We’re happy she’s alive, but they didn’t play Barbies.”

Authorities also believe the suspect may be linked to other abductions in Cleveland’s western suburbs and think it’s possible he may reside in that area.

According to, more than 200 local and federal examiners have worked on the instance. The FBI has received more than 325 tips but none have panned out, a situation authorities say is extremely rare.

“We’re wondering if we’re simply targeting the right audience, ” FBI spokeswoman Kelli Liberti said.

Authorities have posted images of the man and his vehicle on billboards around the area, along with a composite sketch, but that hasn’t bear fruit, either.

“The sketch looks like half the guys in Ohio, ” Anderson said this week.

The surveillance video shows the man driving a 2002 or 2003 dark-colored Chevrolet Malibu with a driver’s side one-quarter panel that is a different colouring from the rest of the car.

The suspect himself has been described as a white male with light brown hair and a “neatly-trimmed” beard. He stands about 5-foot-10- and has at least one tattoo.

Anyone with informed on this case is asked to call the FBI tipline at 216 -6 22 -6 824.

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