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Synonyms for snatcher

a thief who grabs and runs

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someone who unlawfully seizes and detains a victim (usually for ransom)

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The Indian Snatcher is described as: "Danger Level: Volatile if provoked.
We believe that the baby snatcher had cased the hospital.
The Snatcher Oil Field is situated on the Western Oil Rim, with the Snatcher-1 and Snatcher-2 wells producing oil from a channel system present within the Jurassic Birkhead Formation.
QUETTA -- At least three persons including two police personnel were killed and three others received wounds in an exchange of firing between police and bike snatchers at Kashmirabad near Qambrani Road area of the provincial capital on Monday.
Holiday snatcher Michael Gove's quest for cheap headlines is no way to run a school.
Snatcher-10 confirms northern extension to Snatcher Oil Field
INVASION Of The Body Snatcher s ac tor Ke v in McCarthy has died, aged 96.
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The Snatcher, another with a Windsor success to his credit, is dropping to what looks a handy mark, while Ryan's Future, a winner on his first start of last term, returns to action following a 487-day layoff caused by injury.
A man has denied making hoax phone calls to police searching for a child snatcher.
A WOMAN was slightly injured fighting off a bag snatcher.
A pensioner visiting her sick husband in hospital was pushed to the ground by a bag snatcher in Dewsbury.
This is the face of the would-be bag snatcher who fled empty handed after an attempted theft in Normanby.
MOTORISTS are being driven round the bend by a phantom sign snatcher.
The Cyber Group Network Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: CGPN) today announced they have released for sale a new breed of software, named SNATCHER, for monitoring Internet activity, remotely retrieving data and backing up and/or mirroring a hard drive.