balaclava helmet

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a cap that is close-fitting and woolen and covers all of the head but the face


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The case was aggravated by the fact that there were two of them and that Jones wore a balaclava helmet which prevented the victim from seeing his face.
Mr John Ward, 60, had just stepped inside the foyer of the firms building in Dibdale Street, Dudley, when he was attacked by man wearing a green balaclava helmet
If Prince Charles had been there, as was rumoured, to see his favourite band, he would have been indistinguishable from the rest of us in his balaclava helmet.
The latest raid happened on Wednesday night, at Victoria Wine, when a man wearing a balaclava helmet threatened the manageress with a kitchen knife before escaping with pounds 250.
A BEARDED man dressed in overalls and a balaclava helmet stands on the untidy, snow-littered porch of his house showing off his model aircraft.
George Heyes (44) preyed on lone females as they walked near recreation grounds, churchyards and schools and subjected them to terrifying attacks hiding his identity with a hood or balaclava helmet.
On Tuesday, June 20, Mr Watkins, 50, was working alone in the post office when armed bandit Scott Griffiths burst in, toting a sawn-off double-barrelled shotgun and wearing a balaclava helmet.
The intruder was described as male, of stocky build, 5ft 8in and wearing a balaclava helmet.
David Coulthard was fourth fastest for McLaren but even his new and unusual cooling system in his balaclava helmet could not fully insulate him from the effects of the heat.
Mr Watkins was alone when he was confronted by Griffiths, who was wearing a balaclava helmet and toting a double-barrelled shotgun, at 10.
The woman was walking in a quiet area of the park at 7am when she was approached from behind by a man wearing a black balaclava helmet and dark clothes.
We shall be welcoming all sorts of ordinary people like police officers, prison warders, solicitors and even those unemployed people in balaclava helmets who have shown in the past just what enthusiasts they are.
There were political and sinister overtones including the wearing of balaclava helmets to hide the identity of those responsible.