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Canadian police just released Valentine's Day cards with wanted criminals

The Calgary Police department just released a series of Valentine's Day cards — but not the kind you would find in Hallmark.

All five Valentine's Day cards feature a different wanted criminal. The criminal's picture is displayed alongside a physical description, warrant, and contact number.

The cards — dubbed "Valencrimes" — are addressed to the criminals.

Each greeting card is decorated with pastel pink colors and heart-shaped stickers, hilariously captioned with plays on typical Valentine's Day tropes.

One card reads, "Brian... you took off without saying goodbye. For Valentine's Day, all we want is a reply!"

Another card reads, "We only have eyes (and arrest warrants) for you" with a candy heart near the criminal's photo.

Police also took the opportunity to reference Jennifer Lopez's iconic "Jenny from the Block" song, writing, "We're not fooled by the rocks that you got, you're still Jenny from the (cell) block."

So far, Canadians can't get enough of the "Valencrimes" cards.

And some people felt that a promotion was definitely in order.

While others were feeling lucky that the Calgary Police were watching over their city.

Canadian companies have released some pretty hilarious Valentine's Day cards this year, but "Valencrimes" might just be the most genius thing yet.

Lead photo by

Calgary Police

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