IncGamers report that Kanagawa police department in Japan are using a Mii to look for a hit and run driver.
Really!? That is crazy, did it work??
Yea, it'd be interesting to know how effective it was.
He looks like a bit of a psycho in that picture. If anything, if you were a nutcase, you'd probably try to make your Mii look a bit more normal.
Yeah, well, I guess it's the witnesses' impression rather than the driver's actual Mii.
Indeed, its hard to tell whether they're using it as an alternative to someone drawing up a design or if they've somehow linked the person to a Mii account.
Ha, that's brilliant xD
Hehe, well, if you don't have a skilled artist at the station, you do what you have to ;) I assume it's used instead of an artist's impression rather than the Mii the car theft actually uses, if he even plays Wii.
Great Story, I enjoyed reading it.
I can't wait until the whole world uses Miis to look for criminals to fight crime. Dirty criminals.
this is... unusual... and don't seems to be efficient...
lol, A Mii. Why didn't they use something realistic to re-create a face? Like a PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 game, for example.
japanese guy doing a hit and run! thats new
too bad miis don't go into detail, however i'm sure it could point them in the right direction. can't wait for my local news to start doing this... "have you seen mii? i robbed a store at gun point"
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