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the crime of taking someone else's property without consent

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Main Street, theft of property from NAPA Auto Parts.
There was a two per cent dip in offences in 2012/13 but a rise of 16 per cent in theft of property from passengers in 2012/13, British Transport Police (BTP) reported.
the theft of property on a particularly large scale," the judge said, reading the verdict rapidly and without emotion.
b) Amputation of the right hand and left foot if his act resulted in grievous bodily harm or theft of property which amounts to the required minimum (Nisab) for theft punishable with amputation (Sariqah Hadiya).
According to investigators, Vasilyeva together with other suspects was involved in the theft of property belonging to Oboronservis subsidiary enterprises, which is worth over 360 million rubles ($11 million)," Vladimir Markin said.
Each person was charged with theft of property of more than $250,000, according to a news release.
There may be some families who believe an EHIC6 card will cover more than just medical expenses, however it will only provide medical care at the same cost as a national of that country (they could still be left with a large bill) and what's more without travel insurance they won't have any cover in place for such things as repatriation, cancellation, lost luggage or theft of property.
The alleged attempted theft of property is said to have taken place at the family home in the Berry Brow area.
The pair were each charged with possession of stolen property over $5,000, theft of property over $5,000, and possession of break-in tools.
Theft of property up to $500 in value from a school, place of worship or government property is punishable as a Class 4 felony.
They will also be warned about the harsh consequences of the theft of property and the importance of keeping a vigilant eye out for crime.
A LONDON man is due to appear in court later this month after being charged in connection with the theft of property worth about pounds 5,000 from the home of John McCririck while he was at Cheltenham preparing to cover the 2009 New Year's Day meeting on Channel 4.
This is not only the theft of property to the value of pounds 20,000 but the targeting of these vessels which you knew would be relatively easy to break in to.
Another former water company director, Dennis Richard Tomlinson, previously pleaded no contest to misdemeanor grand theft of property and was sentenced to three years' probation and a $100 fine.
The program provides information on policyholder and insider fraud schemes to help insurance company customer service representatives detect and prevent fraud, such as social engineering seams, forgery and the theft of property and identity.