Police post Facebook wanted ad and suspects responds with thoughtful reply

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Heather Dockray
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Facebook brings us all closer together — criminals and cops.

Most suspects might run away from their wanted ads, but 31-year-old Roderick Hill feels differently. On Sunday morning, police in Linden, Alabama posted on Facebook that Hill was wanted, and that anyone caught abetting his escape would be subsequently charged with "hindering prosecution." So, Hill did what no one else in his situation would do — he responded.

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"Wtf?? man y'all doing too much," Hill posted. "It's murderers out here and y'all worried bout lil ol me? wow...sad."

Commentators applauded Hill's seemingly self-destructive bravery. And Hill even took time to respond to his fans, too.

Hill is wanted for attempting to elude officers in Marengo County, Alabama. He has a rap sheet in nearby Mobile county, comprised of mostly of non-violent offenses, according to AL.com.

One commenter summed up every reader's reaction.