Two police forces are using the Dolly Parton Challenge to catch wanted suspects 1
Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.
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Two northeast police forces have used the Dolly Parton Challenge try and find some wanted suspects.

Both Durham Police and Cleveland Police have used the craze to help spread the word of two people wanted for questioning.

The trending social media craze started by the legendary country music star involves posting images suitable for LinkedIN, Facebook, Instagram and Tinder.

Durham Police first tweeted their Dolly Parton Challenge with an appeal to find Paul Bishop who is wanted for a suspected burglary which happened in December.

His image has been placed on a variety of backgrounds, including a park and a nightclub.

Cleveland Police then followed and asked for people to help them find the whereabouts of “wanted man Scott Mizsei”.

He was sought “in connection with a number of offences including aggravated burglary”.

Twitter seemed to respond well the posts calling them “superb police work”.

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Two police forces are using the Dolly Parton Challenge to catch wanted suspects