I love when police go kinda wacky in order to try to catch a suspect.

In Southlake, Texas, one of the mid-cities between Dallas and Fort Worth, the local police department took to Facebook in order to catch a woman identified as a suspect in an ID Theft case.

Crystal Ladawn Finley was called out on Tuesday for her role in stealing and using another person's ID in a number of stores and locations. She even got into a wreck and gave false information about who she was.

Southlake police took to Facebook to shame her into turning herself in or getting one of her friends to do it for them. The whole thing is below and it is so funny!

Dearest Crystal Ladawn Finley,

What’s been up?! We’ve obvi been looking all over for you! You’ve been laying low since we last saw you, which was using an innocent Southlake victim’s identity to open up credit cards in person at a ton of stores in the metroplex. Luckily, the loss prevention guys prevented you from getting too much property, amiright?! You opened up those accounts at Z Gallerie, Victoria’s Secret, At Home, Ashley Furniture, Best Buy, Home Depot, and Jared (the galleria of jewelry, nonetheless).

Each one of those store’s security cameras caught you with your red tattooed lips on the right side of your neck 💋, your right armed sleeve tats, and you driving your friend’s red Jeep with the Texas license plate KGB8529. And, OMG, we heard you were in an accident in Dallas and hope you’re ok (even though you provided a fake ID to the other involved party).

We also know you allegedly committed all the crimes while what a witness described as “extremely pregnant.”

SO! Here’s the scoop. We have the warrant and we are letting all of our besties know what you’ve been up to. You’re welcome to reach out to Detective Ellis who is working this case at jdellis@ci.southlake.tx.us and he will totes fill you in!

Gurl, CALL ME.

Love, Southlake Police 💕💋💋
#ProtectSouthlake #ProtectYou

Let's just hope Crystal does the right thing and turns herself in. And remember, she is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.