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an implement for cutting bolts

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He said: Staff at the gym were not aware what I was using the bolt cutters for.
I was under some pressure to get up and I remembered that there were bolt cutters in PureGym and asked to borrow them.
Evans told police when he was caught with bolt cutters and a stash of amphetamines that he was desperate to pay off a PS100 debt to a drugs gang.
Farmer's daughter Mandy Williams with the horses at padlocked gate - it was later opened using bolt cutters
Prison bosses fear the bolt cutters were part of a plan for a mass escape.
A drone was used in an attempt to smuggle bolt cutters, mobile phones and drugs into HMP Featherstone
They came in through the back, using bolt cutters to gain access.
He says the thicker a lock's shackle and the less it's exposed, the more secure the lock is from bolt cutters.
In one episode in July he attempted to sever a detective sergeant's fingers using bolt cutters.
James, 27, from Wick, Caithness, survived despite being nailed to a piece of wood and having body parts cut off with bolt cutters.
Officers believe the thieves may have used bolt cutters or other cutting equipment during the theft.
They used bolt cutters to remove the clothes horse after being called at 9.
The Standard Automotive Tool Set (SATS) bolt cutters also have replaceable jaws that can be ordered with PN S0183.
The electronic Hockey Puck--suited for use in applications that require access control for containers, entry gates, substations or any location where there's no available power--has a stainless-steel body that completely surrounds a stainless-steel shackle when closed; the buried shackle design prevents attack by bolt cutters.
Bolt cutters, window pane removers and even an Arc slicer, which can cut, burn or pierce virtually any material, are all on sale through a new website, the Daily Mail reports.