It looks like a ghost was, in fact, not responsible for throwing that beer can at Hyun Soo Kim last night. This afternoon, the Toronto Police released a photo of the guy they say did it, and he looks like a henchman of ill repute. They released a short statement along with the photo:

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On Tuesday, October 4, 2016, at the Rogers Centre, during a baseball game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Baltimore Orioles, a beer can was tossed from the left-field stands onto the playing field.

Investigators from 52 Division have been working closely with the Rogers Centre to identify the person responsible.

An image of a man, police are alleging to be responsible for this incident, is attached.

Investigators are strongly encouraging this man to seek legal advice and turn himself into police. Anyone with any information on this man, is asked to contact investigators at 52 Division by calling 416-808-5200.

As it turns out, the guy didn’t vanish into the mist like we thought, he just moved forward. If you have anything we should see, feel free to send it along to tips@deadspin.com.

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Update, 8:54 p.m. EDT: The man pictured here has been identified as Ken Pagan, who is a PostMedia employee. That’s the same company that offered a $1,000 (Canadian) bounty for information regarding the beer thrower. It’s worth pointing out that there is no hard evidence connecting Pagan here, just a police photo.