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I take the view that every cloud has a silver lining and this decision is a golden opportunity for housebreakers and a terrible one for elderly homeowners.
Gordon Modiak - who is serving 20 years for the attack - paid housebreaker David Craig pounds 150 to trace tragic Louise and take photographs of her house.
I hope this housebreaker pays for what he has done.
The High Court in Edinburgh heard housebreaker James McKay, dad of Linda's daughter, said he was scared police might "fit him up" for killing Elaine, 16.
net WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2010 Birthday girls Ashleigh comes of age at the pub once run by her legendary great-great-gran, Ma Brown HAPPY 18TH: PAGE 3 E-Paper Footprints lead police to housebreaker HAPPY 105TH: PAGE 7 By Emma Stone CRIME REPORTER POLICE nabbed a burglar in Coventry after tracking his footprints through the snow.
Unsuspecting housebreakers Mark Robson and Daniel Conroy burgled a home on Garnet Street, Middlesbrough, not realising it was fitted with camera equipment.
Now Justice Minister Alan Shatter has revealed that in Dublin, where Operation Acer is under way, gardai have already had significant success against serial housebreakers.
Dear housebreakers, the suitcase does not mean I'm heading off for a fortnight in the sun.
With many returning home for the festive holidays, police want to head off the housebreakers.
Hardened housebreakers are hardly likely to trust the authorities to ignore a written confession.
These houses attract housebreakers anyway and everyone in the area tries to ensure that their security is good.
Among the initiatives hailed as successes are Operation Otumba, staged last December, which targeted housebreakers in Bell Green and Wyken and involved both uniformed and plain-clothed officers, and Operation Saintway, a similar police exercise staged in the north-east in January, 2001.