An expert has told ABC this morning that those stolen scanner images can easily be fleshed out by an expert and that's why the totally nude pics are showing up in magazines and some on the net.
Of course, the magazines say that they are "imitation" photos but several ladies have already witnessed their twin sister there in front of millions of subscribers.
Back to Donald Weismann, the expert who worked closely with the police department in Chicago before retiring in 2007.
"I have often brought the police investigators a photo close enough for acquaintances of a missing person to identify, and I was only working from a skeleton that had been discovered. So these photo reconstructions would be a piece of cake."
Another expert who wishes to remain anonymous because he is still employed by the police, took two scanned photographs we brought him and when he had finished, the couple were clearly able to be identified.
So, have you been scanned lately? Especially now that it's 'thousands' missing instead of a hundred.
Pick up a few of the magazines while you're out at the newsstands in your area and see if you can find yourself.
Or take a close look at those coming out on the internet.
This is Dan Hillyard for The West Coast Post saying: Good hunting. Oh no, I was scanned going into Chicago. I'll never get a date.