Burglary

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Burglary

The act of entering a building unlawfully with the intention of committing a crime, usually but not always theft. Burglary is illegal in nearly every jurisdiction.
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Boys in the Rhondda Valley must not be allowed to grow up into cat burglars," he added.
"He has an image - of a gentleman cat burglar - that they come to admire," he added.
In April, the cat burglar crawled through a window, walked in on a couple having dinner, hastily retreated, and dove out the same window.
A REAL-LIFE cat burglar has been pinching paintbrushes from her neighbours.
A cat burglar is on the loose and Inspector Clawso has been asked by the Cats Organisation of Detectives to try to solve the case.
But is the cat burglar quite so much of a bad girl as she seems?
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Urban was amused with her dance, describing it as akin to the moves of a "cat burglar."
An energetic and youthful-looking Peter plays notorious Victorian cat burglar and murderer Charlie Peace; while bearded Norman Pace - one half of comedy double act Hale and Pace - is the showman of a travelling 19th Century theatre troupe.
Owners of a real-life cat burglar have been left red-faced after their mischievous feline started stealing underwear from neighbours' homes.
SEEPAGE 8 Norris turns cat burglar The owners of a notorious cat burglar are hoping to reunite some of his ill-gotten gains with the rightful owners.
A FUGITIVE cat burglar aged just 14 has been given a last chance after going on the run.