This idea was originally to play on the fact that the sheep look alike, ie a line-up where all the rams in the line-up look identical. I'm not sure it would have been very obvious what the joke was, because in Yvonne's world they appear to be able to recognise each other despite looking similar. Sticking Crow in there turned an OK idea into one I'm really happy with. After all, he's the mischief-maker and the one most likely to be in the middle of a police line-up.
This cartoon has involved drawing a new Gerald (the alpaca - chairman of the Neighbourhood Watch committee).
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