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- A pioneering scheme to gate off alleys to burglars and thieves could be on its way to parts of central York.
- Police are to target crime hotspots in the Keighley division to purge the streets of robbers and burglars.
- Please be warned that a group or groups of burglars and thieves are in the area.
- Robbers, burglars and drugs dealers will be first to fall under the spotlight, they said.
- Going soft on burglars and car thieves, she added, was a slap in the face for their victims.
- If you think you have the right to assault a burglar, the burglar himself has a right of self-defence!
- Many burglars commit dozens, or even hundreds, of crimes before they're caught.
- The police time now dedicated to the drug trade would be freed up to catch burglars, rapists and murderers.
- But to the victim of burglary the motivation of the burglar may well be of secondary interest.
- It is like making someone who has had their house burgled pay to keep the burglar in jail!
- Instead he neglected his duty and the burglars got away with those crimes.
- It was the second time in three months that a member of the public had foiled the habitual burglar's crimes.
- The crime spree has led victims from across the town to lose thousands of pounds in cash after being conned by burglars.
- Well, the two burglars got away with the jewels but not without a fight.
- Luckily they woke up when the window shattered, so the burglars got away empty handed.
- He said she refused to accept her son had killed his wife and still believed the couple had been murdered by burglars.
- Two policemen, chasing a burglar on foot, left their car open and his accomplice stole it.
- Security footage of young burglars raiding a Cotswold church is being examined by police.
- Don't lump them in with the drug dealers and burglars deliberately cheating the state.