You can no longer identify a suspect by color, it is racist. You also cannot not use gender, as could be offensive to the gender fluid crowd. Nor weight as that might be offensive to the weight challenged people. Nor height as it might be offense to the height challenged. So you are down to describing their clothing, as long as it doesn't indicate any of the aforementioned aspects.I don't see how you would know you have the wrong guy from the guy saying he didn't do it.
Did you learn about law from this judge?
When I Google it, I see people saying "witnesses said the suspect was white and Michael is black.' That leaves me shaking my head at the utter stupidity and wondering if they have looked at the guy.
So you can say you were robbed, but you cannot describe the person. Oh, and the government will no longer be able to use facial recognition software if they happen to get video of the crime. People will begin to complain about crimes not being cleared, even more than they do now. They will be unable to understand why.