When a crime is committed, sometimes all authorities have to go on are witness testimonies. Witnesses are often frightened, confused, and unsure of what's even happened- and understandably so. But they're essential in providing descriptions of the suspects, and sometimes even those hazy, frantic memories are enough to catch the perpetrators. That's where renowned forensic artist Lois Gibson steps in.
Some of Gibson's cases seemed impossible from the start, like this one. The suspect was seen in a car traveling about 40 miles per hour and was seen for only a second. This sketch helped locate him.