Otherwise, I would not be sending out an all-points bulletin
. Issuing a call like this is risky, because bad news tends to spread, and distress can become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Not only did the system struggle with the fictional context, it was unable to parse the term "APB" for "all-points bulletin
He said the town put out an all-points bulletin
and tracked down a National Grid crew member Monday.
An all-points bulletin
was put out for "a young white male, well-dressed," who was running from a brick building across the street from the Lorraine Hotel, where Dr King's car was parked at the time of the shooting.
* This just in: All-points bulletin
for her accomplice, Bully Buddha.
"The Sudanese authorities put out an all-points bulletin
and started an immediate manhunt," spokesman Kemal Saiki said.
Broe suggests, "the film noir tough-guy language, which is often read as simply the protagonist's cynicism, is explicitly presented as a contesting the integrity of a working-class position when confronted with the raw power of an opposing class."  Then again, "Just as the empire Western [...] positioned the spectator behind the barrel of a rifle firing at the Native American (and metaphorically taking aim at the budding anti-colonial movements) [.], so too the crime film positioned its viewer behind the wheel of the squad car responding to an all-points bulletin
in a working-class neighborhood." [87-8]
Police have issued an all-points bulletin
for his arrest.
The police released some of the details of a suspect of murder of MP Sanjar Kadyraliev.An Asian man aged 30-35 years with a cap on his head is presumed to have shot the lawmaker.Information about a wanted suspect was given in an all-points bulletin
.Sanjar Kadyraliev's father, Karymshak, arrived from Osh.
The men from my camp put out an all-points bulletin
on the bearded hunter.
But short of phoning the coastguard and putting out an all-points bulletin
for any ginger-haired marauding hordes in long boats, there's not much more she can do.
This, of course, is the equivalent of an all-points bulletin
to Nancy and her two friends (the wonderful pair of Jill Marie Jones and Rachel True).