He can run and apparently he can also hide.
A Wisconsin man who was busted with $40,000-worth of meth made a miraculous escape and is still on the loose, according to police.
Joshua J. Robertson was pulled over by cops for having tinted windows when a police dog indicated there were drugs in the vehicle, WQOW reported.
State troopers detained Robertson in their squad car, but the suspect allegedly used an open window to escape. He then quickly jumped into the driver’s seat and sped off.
“While in the back seat of the squad car he was able to escape and steal a WI State Patrol squad,” Eau Claire police said in a statement.“The stolen squad car was located a short while later on the West side of Eau Claire.”
Despite finding the car, the police department says Robertson is nowhere to be found and he is “still wanted.”
Robertson, who is described as a 6′ 4″, 280-pound white male, now faces multiple charges.