The purveyor, finding him in his room, naturally thought he was a thief
, and struck him such a blow that the man fell down and lay motionless on the floor.
He and his men had now been hours in the house, and had not advanced us one inch towards a discovery of how the Moonstone had been taken, or of whom we were to suspect as the thief.
It would have been almost as good as telling him that she was the thief.
Still sticking to his first text, namely, that somebody in the house had stolen the jewel, our experienced officer was now of opinion that the thief (he was wise enough not to name poor Penelope, whatever he might privately think of her
Grail to the Thief
was successfully crowdfunded through Kickstarter on May 4, 2014.
This article examines the concept of thief
from Parvin perspective and it assumes following assumptions: Who is called thief
Gravel paths and drives are a good way of cheaply and unobtrusively discouraging a thief
from entering your garden.
The three minute clip - posted on YouTube a few days ago - shows a thief
sauntering up to a property in Earlsdon before spotting the bike.
The Dishonored game-play resembles some features of Thief
The district chief said a passenger attacked thieves and grabbed his Kalashnikov and then killed a thief
and wounded another.
Richard Taylor, left, associate pastor at the Renewal Christian Centre in Birmingham and a presenter of BBC's To Catch A Thief
, said motorists make life easy for thieves.
Cary Grant played a cat burglar in To Catch a Thief
Paul Newman and Robert Redford robbed trains in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
When police investigated the theft, they told Brown that the thief
We don't disable the computer, because we don't want to notify the thief
," explains Lide.
This move will result is fewer places for a thief
to sell stolen material.