Police hunting man for meth possession and he looks exactly like Walter White

Police hunting man for meth possession and he looks exactly like Walter White

With Netflix's recent announcement of a Breaking Bad spin-off movie, fans all over the world are once again gearing up for a trip back to Albuquerque to see what happened to everybody's favorite meth cooks; Walter White and Jesse Pinkman.

El Camino (Spanish for 'The Way') will focus on what happened to Jesse after his emotional escape from the Aryan Brotherhood, and with recent behind-scenes-photos hinting at a return of Bryan Cranston's Walter White, addicts of the show are desperate for their next Breaking Bad fix.

If you haven't already, check out the incredible trailer for El Camino in the video below:

And although we have to wait until October 11 for the movie's release, fans of the show have been given a satisfying hit thanks to a criminal currently wanted by the Galesburg Police Department.

Yes, it would appear that Walter White did not die in that meth lab the final episode of the series, because he is currently wanted for parole violation in relation to meth possession (honestly, you couldn't make this stuff up).

The Galesburg Police Department recently released a mugshot of Todd W. Barrick Jr. on their Facebook page, and it didn't take long before the comments section was full of people pointing out his likeness to Cranston's chemistry teacher-turned-drug lord.

Barrick Jr.'s shaved head, goatee, unfashionable glasses, white tank top, and comically dazed expression really do look like a parody of Breaking Bad's lead protagonist-turned-antagonist. And what makes it all even sweeter is that Barrick Jr. is 50 years old - the same age Walter was when the show kicked off.

Of course, the comments section was pure gold, with people quick to point out the likeness to "the one who knocks":

Credit: Facebook

Credit: Facebook

Facebook user Amber Hendricks wrote: "Well, I guess we have a spoiler for the Breaking Bad movie..."

And Robert Dole joked: "Have you tried Albuquerque? Perhaps at Los Pollos Hermanos."

And if you're eagerly anticipating the new Breaking Bad movie, check out the one scene Aaron Paul says you have to watch before the film hits Netflix: