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break-in

In bricklaying, a cutout in a brick wall, to form an aperture for the insertion of a timber.
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php) suspect  intentionally ran over a plainclothes officer during an undercover operation targeting auto break-ins at Alamo Square, police said.
In response, senior FBI officials authorized the New York field office to employ break-ins during an investigation of individuals suspected of association with the Weather Underground, an investigation that began in 1970 and continued through 1973.
Last year, there were 1,716 residential break-ins from Jan.
Though the break-ins present an intimidating picture, Patel reported that business has been good for the One Stop Shop, and the family intends to keep it running as long as possible, even if it means adjusting to their new sleeping accommodations.
Similar break-ins had previously occurred 180 miles to the south, in Corpus Christi.
earned its best sales yet in 1994 because of break-ins.
on June 20, 1972--three days after the second Watergate break-in.
Anderson said the investigation began midsummer and focused initially on five house break-ins in Athol.
The hot property list details items stolen during break-ins across the forces area between July 1 and August 27.
The post Suspect linked to 13 break-ins in 2013 appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
POLICE have made an arrest in connection with a Dale Street business burglary, as the force looks to crack down on a spate of break-ins blighting the city.