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Police are on the lookout for Bradley Cooper’s double who robbed a store

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Police are on the lookout for Bradley Cooper’s double who robbed a store

Police are currently on the hunt for a Bradley Cooper doppelgänger who looks more like Bradley Cooper than Bradley Cooper.

The lookalike was reportedly caught stealing a Bosch Rotary Laser Kit from Home Depot in McDonough, Georgia, on July 23, the Henry County Police have said.

The officers have put out a Facebook notice to help them track down the unidentified man – and people were quick to point out how similar he looked to the actor.

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Bradley Cooper's doppelgänger who was caught stealing. Credit: Henry County Police Department
Bradley Cooper's doppelgänger who was caught stealing. Credit: Henry County Police Department

One person wrote: "Bradley Cooper has seen better days."

Another joked: "Naw, that's Bradley Cooper from Wish."

While a third quipped: "The broke Bradley Cooper."

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"Looks like Bradley Cooper went off his diet," a fourth person harshly wrote.

Someone else questioned: "Sure it's not a movie set with Bradley Cooper in the lead roll?"

"Bradley Cooper come on bro what you doing?" another asked.

Henry County Police also added: "Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect, please call Detective Sergeant J. Holisky at 770-288-8252, the Henry County Non-Emergency Dispatch at 770-957-9121, or text us tips, photos, and videos to 770-220-7009."

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Bradley Cooper, 47. Credit: Alamy
Bradley Cooper, 47. Credit: Alamy

From one lookalike to another, a Will Smith 'double' claims he's never been more in demand since the infamous Oscar slap.

As we're all now aware of, Smith, 53, stormed the stage at the Academy Awards to slap Chris Rock, 57, after he made a GI Jane 2 joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, 50, who has alopecia.

Well, Shad Ellis, 43, from Bedford, Bedfordshire, says strangers are constantly stopping him in the street to discuss the incident.

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"I get comments about it daily," Shad says. "When I'm at my day job people always ask me about it and point it out to me.

"I had a guy last week stop me to say how much I look like Will Smith.

"We spoke for a bit and he ended the conversation by jokingly saying 'Don't slap me'.

"It's all in good humour."

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Speaking on whether he's team 'Smith' or team 'Rock', Shad said: "[Giving] my thoughts, it was hard for me to comprehend what was happening.

"But after seeing the full situation pan out, I get it from both sides.

"I think we all as humans are capable of a flash point triggered by a raw emotion or feeling, and regardless of the situation, once you see red everything around you becomes blurred.

"I strongly disagree – he should [not] have slapped him, but how many of us do an action we immediately regret after doing it, driven by being caught in your feelings or the moment."

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Featured Image Credit: Henry County Police Department/Erik Pendzich/Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: Celebrity, Film and TV

Anish Vij
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