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Lock of Napoleon's hair stolen in Australia

Sydney - A lock of Napoleon Bonaparte's hair and other "priceless" artefacts linked to the French emperor have been stolen from a museum in Australia, police said Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

Crufts-winning chihuahua stolen in England

London - Police were searching Saturday for thieves who broke into a house in northern England and stole five chihuahuas, including the "best puppy in breed" champion at this year's Crufts competition.
In the Media by AFP

Ottawa priest sentenced to one year in jail for defrauding church

Ottawa - The former priest and pathological gambler was sent to jail for defrauding his parish of $130,000 over a period of five years ending in December 2010. Despite his crimes, he still has the support of many of his former parishioners.
In the Media by Arthur Weinreb - 1 comment

Bitcoin bank Flexcoin shuts after theft

Washington - An alleged theft by hackers forced another online business serving bitcoin traders and investors to shut down Tuesday.Flexcoin, which billed itself as a bank for the virtual, crypto-currency, said someone attacked its systems and stole nearly $60
In the Media by AFP

Thieves go nuts over lucrative crops

California is experiencing a throwback to the “wild west” mentality, when cattle barons ruled the land and rustlers would use stealth of night to lead away heads of cattle and quickly set up their own herds or sell them off at a profit.
In the Media by Joe Duarte - 1 comment

Ottawa priest pleads guilty to stealing $130,000 from church

Ottawa - The popular priest with a gambling problem pleaded guilty to theft and fraud charges, admitting to stealing $130,000 from Ottawa's Blessed Sacrament Church.
In the Media by Arthur Weinreb - 2 comments

South Korea hit hard with credit card information theft

The hackers that targeted the credit and debit card system for Target during the Christmas season jeopardized close to 40 million customers accounts, to date. An even bigger breach has been discovered in South Korea, affecting almost half the country.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 2 comments

Colorado 420 highway marker repeatedly stolen by pot enthusiasts

On Colorado's Interstate 70, east of Denver, there once stood a sign to mark mile 420. In recent years, this sign has been stolen and replaced numerous times by weed enthusiasts due to its unintended reference to their favorite herb.
In the Media by Scott Tuttle

Looters plunder South African beer truck for festivities

Durban - Several people stocked up their booze for Christmas Day when a lorry, transporting beer, was hijacked and left on its side on the N3 highway in South Africa.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 4 comments

Sydney police crackdown on shoplifting in lead-up to Christmas Special

Sydney - Sydney police have charged 98 people during the five-day ‘Operation Lightfingers’ Sydney shoplifting blitz at major retail centres.
Digital Journal Report by Richard Milnes - 9 comments
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