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ac·com·plice

(ă-kom'plis),
A bacterium that accompanies the main infecting agent in a mixed infection and that influences the virulence of the main organism.
[M.E., fr. O.Fr., fr. L. comples, closely connected]
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DPO Sajjad said that when they neared the suspect's hideout, Shaukat and his unidentified accomplice allegedly opened fire on the police squad.
Summary: Two accomplices managed to escape from the scene during one of the raids, and investigations are ongoing
'The complainant suspected the accused and his other accomplices because they sleep in front of the shop every night,'' he said.
The 25-year-old Indian salesman allegedly gave his accomplice spare keys, showed him the location and gave all the necessary information on how to reach the premises.
It was learnt that the suspect, who had a visored helmet on, had earlier robbed the petrol station of money from the cash till and cigarettes while his accomplice manned the getaway motorcycle.
Moments later, the accomplice walked in and snatched a diamond necklace and five diamond rings.
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The police managed to lure the 36- yearold into a trap with the ' help' of one of his accomplices.
Neil Bough was awoken when Higgins, 33, and an accomplice came to his door and demanded Mr Bough repay a debt of PS20, before grabbing him in a headlock while his accomplice pummelled him in the face.
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His accomplice fired the gun three times but no-one was hit."
The female accomplice was between 18 and 26, 5ft 4in or 5ft 5in tall, of slim build and with a pale complexion.