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FanDuel: Joe Flacco's doppelganger wanted by Maryland police

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By JESS KLEINSCHMIDT

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It never seems to fail as a major compliment when someone says you look just like a celebrity. Sometimes, they are a beautiful or handsome star that ends up on the cover of every major magazine in the world. Sometimes, they are a criminal wanted for questioning in a credit card theft case.

According toBlack Sports Online, Baltimore Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco has a twin residing in Maryland — of all places — that is wanted by the Anne Arundel Police Department for a recent credit card theft.

If you have to ask yourself if this indeed is Joe Flacco, the Anne Arundel Police Department's Facebook page has already covered that.

"We know how you all are," says the page. "Before you start, it isn't Joe Flacco. But who is it? Help us ID."

Take a look at the pictures, the side profile is uncanny.

The Facebook page also adds a credit card stolen out of a vehicle was used at a Severna Park convenient store.

They also provide the information on how you can contact the officer in charge of the investigation for any additional information at 410-222-6145.

The Super Bowl-winning quarterback is the last person on Earth who needs to do anything illegal with money. He signed a six-year $120 million contract after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII.

This guy should probably hit up Flacco for bail money after he gets caught.

Editor's Note: We're hosting a one-day $20,000 fantasy baseball league on FanDuel tonight. It's only $10 to join and first place wins $2,000. Enter by 7:05pm ET (today, July 9th). Here's the link.

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