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From shoot-outs to smash-and-grab: old-school jewellery raids in era of cybercrime have Hong Kong police on the back foot The number of robberies may have plummeted since its 1991 peak, but hammer-wielding gangs have in the past year made off with mo
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Resty Wyse
2018-04-08 16:37:41 UTC
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From shoot-outs to smash-and-grab: old-school jewellery raids in era of cybercrime have Hong Kong police on the back foot
The number of robberies may have plummeted since its 1991 peak, but hammer-wielding gangs have in the past year made off with more than HK$70 million in jewellery and valuables - Following American criminals methods.

http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/law-crime/article/2139824/shoot-outs-smash-and-grab-old-school-jewellery-raids-era?aid=190131336&sc_src=email_2202693&sc_llid=2572&sc_lid=150517969&sc_uid=itFXkEM932&utm_source=emarsys&utm_medium=email
w***@yahoo.com.sg
2018-04-09 02:30:24 UTC
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Such smash and grab in jewellery stores is increasingly common in Malaysia. Many suspect the robbers were in cahoots with the police. All the robberies were caught on CCTV, yet you don't hear of arrests.

Wakalukong

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