E-fit


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E-FIT

(ˈiːfɪt)
n
1. (Communications & Information) a technique which uses psychological principles and computer technology to generate a likeness of a face: used by the police to trace suspects from witnesses' descriptions
2. (Communications & Information) an image generated by this technique
[C20: from Electronic Facial Identification Technique]
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E-fit

[ˈiːfɪt] Nfotorrobot f digital, retrato m robot digital
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E-fit

nComputer-Phantombild nt
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Anyone who recognises the man in the e-fit is asked to contact police on 101, quoting reference 13190107133.
Detective Sergeant Michael Queally from Surrey Police's safeguarding investigation unit said: "We are keen to identify the man in this e-fit."
Nextism plc (FRA: 5NX) announced on Monday that it has completed its supplementary Phase III clinical trial, known as E-FIT (electric field navigated 1HZ RTMS for post-stroke motor recovery trial).
"The kids were given a scenario and had to use fingerprinting, chromatography, microscopes and e-fit technology to solve the crime."
If you saw anything, have any information, or recognise the man in the police e-fit, you should call Surrey Police on 101 quoting reference number PR/45180053214 or 45180053326.
Social media users have branded the e-fit issued by the force as "hilarious" and "a joke".
She has also been working with a specially trained police artist to produce the e-fit image of the suspect.
Police Scotland last night released an e-fit of a man they want to speak to in connection with the attack.
Merthyr Inspector John Diffey said: "An e-fit has been developed which we hope will help us to identify the person involved in this incident.
E-fit of the wanted man "He ran out through a back door leaving the occupier unhurt but extremely distressed.
Det Con Pam Collins said: "We have an e-fit of the offender.