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Lastimosa said the thief broke the door to the kitchen, took a knife, and forcibly opened the door of the car owned by his brother, Kenee.
The thief was still in the house when the owner returned, and she consequently raised an alarm.
The thief goes on to write: 'I can see you are a university student.
November 2 at 8pm: A Euro profile lock was snapped by a thief at a business on Market Street.
They went, they saw, and they were disappointed, because there was no thief slapper around to distribute generous proportions of slaps into their weather hardened faces.
The eyewitness informed that they had wanted to hand over the thief to the police but some section of the people present at the scene suggested that the thief should be beaten thoroughly and be lynched.
The word "thief" was frequently used by opposition parties against President Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an following major corruption investigations that went public in December 2013.
Grail to the Thief stars Hank Krang, a thief from the future, and his self-aware time machine, TEDI, as they go throughout time stealing priceless artifacts.
This article examines the concept of thief from Parvin perspective and it assumes following assumptions: Who is called thief?
Deborah Elward, Crime Reduction Advisor for Bridgend and the Vale of Glamorgan, said: "Thieves will generally take the easiest option when considering break-king into a shed, outbuilding or home, and security measures such as motion-activated lighting can deter any would be thief.
POLICE are warning bike owners to be on their guard after an experienced thief was caught on camera in Coventry.
And this year if thieves do break into a bait vehicle, and steal property, police will be tracking and monitoring that property, leading them straight to the thief.
Reports say that the thief was speaking in a Cypriot dialect.
"As you (traders) have said that traders are portrayed as thieves nowadays, who is not a thief in this era?
A THIEF who stole a woman's wallet in a New Hampshire supermarket turned up at her home days later to return $90 (pounds 55) and a GPS, along with an apology letter.