Police hunt man with ‘crime pays’ tattooed across his forehead

A man being sought by police following a high-speed pursuit might struggle to stay under the radar thanks to a ‘crime pays’ tattoo inked across his forehead.

Donald Murray, 38, is suspected of being behind the wheel when officers spotted a vehicle driving through Terre Haute in Indiana with no lights on last Friday.

Police chased the driver before he crashed into a tree and fled the scene on foot, authorities said.

There was a passenger in the car who told police they didn’t know the driver’s name, Terre Haute’s WTWO reported.

He faces felony charges of criminal recklessness and resisting law enforcement if caught, according to the same station.

A mug shot from a previous arrest shows Murray sporting tattoos on his face and neck – including the conspicuous ‘crime pays’ etched across his head.

Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call local police.

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