Hello websleuths, Recently (spring/summer of 2012) in my home city of Edmonton there have been a number of assaults against women in the Whyte Avenue area. Several attacks in the area appear to be linked by an MO (attack from behind, no weapon, victims hurt but lives not threatened). Read more here. I know a woman who saw someone behaving suspiciously one night in late June near Whyte Avenue. She and her boyfriend saw a man who was very interested in the footsteps of a woman heading toward a park. The suspicious man's license plate was photographed quickly but the picture came out very blurry as it was dark and the photographer wasn't settled. The police were told about the scenario with more details than what I have provided here. The police said they could see why the woman I know and her boyfriend felt compelled to tell them about what had been seen. The suspicious man matched the description provided by those who had been attacked. However the photo of the plate is very blurry for the last three digits. I wondered if any websleuth out there might be able to recommend ways of changing the photo around to somehow extract the last three digits. I've tried changing tints and stuff but all we know is the first three digits of the plate. All I have is standard photo editing software common to computers/laptops bought in the last few years. I have the picture of the plate but I am not willing to post it in it's entirety because the individual might be innocent. If it's not against policy I'd like to crop the photo, keep the information regarding the first three digits to myself, and see if anyone can do anything with the last three digits.