Frozen's Queen Elsa wanted by police as cold weather chills U.S.

- With all this cold weather across the country, a Louisiana police department decided it was time to nab the culprit: Queen Elsa.

The Slidell Police Department posted on social media an arrest warrant for Elsa the ice queen (of Disney's "Frozen" fame.)

"As you can see by the weather, she is a very dangerous girl. Approach with caution!" says Slidell Police.

The warrant has been issued with a reward for $100,000 for information that could lead to her arrest. She's wanted or alive.

The "Wanted" poster was originally shared by Harlan City Police in Harlan, Kentucky back in 2015, but Slidell Police felt it was necessary to bring it out again. It seems that she has been released and is back wreaking chilly havoc!

We hope that she is caught soon!

 

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