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    THREE Italians admitted robbing a British holidaymaker’s £25,000 Rolex after one of the criminals was caught with the timepiece in his bottom cheeks. The three men were each handed two year suspended prison sentences yesterday after confessing to the violent mugging on the holiday island of Majorca. 3Three men confessed to the violent mugging on the holiday island of MajorcaCredit: Solarpix 3The Italians admitted robbing a British holidaymaker’s £25,000 RolexCredit: Solarpix One of the trio snatched the victim’s designer watch off her wrist along with her handbag after surprising her from behind as she sat on a bench in a square in the town of Portal Nous eight miles west of the capital Palma. He made his getaway on a motorbike driven by an accomplice. Police held them the day after the robbery on September 26 last year as they tried to board a plane to their homeland. The timepiece was found in one of the mugger’s underpants between his bottom cheeks and returned to its rightful owner, although it is said to have been damaged and needed thousands of...
    Greek police arrested three members of a people-trafficking ring on suspicion of supplying migrants with fake coronavirus documents intended to allow them to fly to other European countries. The three men, two Egyptian-born Greek citizens, aged 18 and 22 and a foreigner aged 20, were arrested last Sunday at Athens International Airport after a multi-day investigation. Police also took two migrants into custody as part of the operation. According to a report from the Greek newspaper Proto Thema, the network helped migrants by providing them with travel documents needed to take flights to other European countries. Pakistani People-Smugglers and Their Illegal Migrants Arrested in Wild Car Chase https://t.co/9edl3LOTkf — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) August 5, 2021 The three men were caught as they were transporting the two migrants by car to Athens International Airport, from where they intended to board a flight to another country in Europe. The smugglers had supplied the migrants with fake travel documents as well as falsified certificates indicating a negative test for coronavirus. Following the arrest, police raided the homes of the men and seized six coronavirus...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The NYPD wants your help identifying three men caught on video beating and robbery a man inside a Bronx deli. It happened on June 29 at 4:30 p.m. at the Master Deli and Grocery on Soundview and Noble Avenues. Surveillance video show three men approach the 50-year-old victim from behind, shove him to the ground and start punching and kicking him. Police say they robbed him of $750 in cash, a Rolex watch, two iPhones and a necklace. Anyone with any information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also submit a tip via their website or via DM on Twitter, @NYPDTips. All calls are kept confidential.
    Police in Montgomery County are seeking the public's help identifying three men who were caught on video surveillance robbing an Abington Township Wawa at gunpoint. The three men wearing face masks and head coverings arrived at the Old York Road location around 3:30 a.m. Tuesday armed with semi-automatic handguns, including one which appeared to have an extended high-capacity magazine, according to the Abington Township Police Department. One of the suspects, while ordering the employee to open the cash register, placed his gun to their head, police said. After robbing the store, the men fled the area.  There were no injuries and there is no current threat to the community, police said. Anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to contact the Abington Township Police Department’s Detective Division at 267-536-1100.
    Three British men have been arrested in the mid-Atlantic by Spanish police and Customs agents after a ton of cocaine worth more than £80million was discovered on a yacht sailing from the Caribbean to Europe.        Spanish officials say the detentions mean they have now smashed an international drugs smuggling ring allegedly led by a former Royal Navy officer. Robert Mark Benson, 64, was one of 10 people arrested last month during raids in the provinces of Malaga and Cadiz and Spain's North African enclave of Ceuta after twin seizures of boats carrying 1.5 tons of hashish.  Spanish police had previously described Benson as someone with 'strong links with other criminal organisations in countries like the UK and Ukraine', although like their British counterparts they have not officially named him.  Three British men were arrested in the mid-Atlantic by Spanish police after a ton of cocaine was discovered on a yacht sailing from the Caribbean to Europe The cocaine had an estimated street value of more than £80million and police believe the drugs were destined for the...
    A TEENAGE boxer was shot dead by mistake after getting caught up in a "macho man" love triangle feud - with three men jailed. Cole Kershaw, 18, was fatally shot in the chest in Bury, Greater Manchester, when his best friend, Spencer Woods, was targeted in a gangland-style hit fuelled by jealousy. 7Innocent teen Cole Kershaw was caught up in the fatal shootingCredit: Cavendish 7Kamran Mohammed has been jailed for life for the murder of Cole KershawCredit: Cavendish As the innocent teen, an apprentice scaffolder, lay dying in the street, he told 19-year-old Woods: “He shot me bro, he shot me”. He tragically died on August 12 of 2020. Inquiries revealed Woods had been embroiled in a bitter tit-for-tat dispute with 19-year Kamran Mohammed, because they had been dating the same girl. Police found text messages sent to Woods by the girl in the aftermath of the killing saying: ''This is all your fault... You caused the problem with Kammy. You was jealous of Kammy”. It also emerged Cole had tried to veer Woods away from the feud and was...
    More On: graffiti Woman attacked with box cutter while confronting graffiti suspects: cops Clever vandal mocks Cuomo over sex-harass allegations NYPD launches new graffiti clean-up initiative Cops release image of blood-soaked semi-automatic used in Bronx shootout Three off-duty MTA workers were among a group of six men allegedly caught spray-painting a van in Brooklyn on Tuesday night, police said. NYPD transit cops nabbed transit workers Thomas Gross, Robert Stentella, and Matthew Gunther along with three others for allegedly tagging “KG” and “rebel” on a van parked at Wythe Avenue and N. 14th Street at around 11:20 p.m. in Greenpoint, Brooklyn cops said. The three men plus Robert Seeger, 50, of the Hamptons, Thomas Colasanto, 28, of Brooklyn and Christopher Peters, 52, of the Bronx, were arrested for vandalism and charged with possession of graffiti instruments and criminal mischief, NYPD said. Gunther — an MTA maintenance supervisor by day — allegedly had a knife on him at the time and also faces a weapons possession charge, cops said. The 43-year-old boss of sheet metal workers earned over $107,000 in...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A robbery in the Bronx was caught on camera earlier this month. It happened on Feb. 6 on Ogden Avenue in the Highbridge section. Video shows a man being pulled out of a deli and assaulted. Police are trying to identify three men wanted in connection to a robbery that happened in the Bronx on Feb. 6, 2021. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers) Police say three men assaulted the victim and took off with $400. Sources tell CBS2 the attackers knew the victim and that the robbery was over a video game console the victim sold over a year ago. MORE FROM CBS NEW YORK COVID Pandemic Drives Girl Scout Cookie Sales Online ‘Vaccine Angels’; Volunteers Organize Facebook Group To Help Navigate Overwhelming COVID Vaccine Booking Process COVID Vaccine: Westchester Woman With Rare Genetic Disorder Turned Away Despite Having Appointment
    The red line in this image by the Colorado Avalanche Information Center marks the group's path, while the blue lines mark the avalanche's approximate area. Colorado Avalanche Information Center Three skiers have been missing since Monday when they got caught in a Colorado avalanche. The three were apart of a group of seven skiers who went out Monday.  The Vail Daily reported Tuesday that the three who didn't return are presumed dead.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Three men who went skiing in Colorado Monday and got swept up in an avalanche are presumed dead, the Vail Daily reported.  The men were among a group of seven who were backcountry skiing in an area called "the nose" between the towns of Silverton and Ophir when the avalanche buried four of them, according to a report from the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. Members of the group were able to recover one of the buried men, who was injured. A search and rescue operation worked through Monday and Tuesday to find the other three, but had no luck,...
    VICTORVILLE (CBSLA) — Authorities need help catching the men who beat and carjacked a driver and assaulted another at the same Victorville gas station. Police first became aware of the incidents when a 67-year-old man who was getting gas at a Chevron station in the 13300 block of US Highway 395 was attacked at about 4 a.m. on Nov. 12. Surveillance video released by police showed the two men talking to the driver before attacking him. The driver tried to fight back with a gas pump nozzle, but was caught by one of the men when the other went into his passenger side door and took something from the vehicle. The driver was punched several times and dragged from the driver’s seat before the two men drove off. The man suffered injuries to his face and was taken to a local hospital for treatment, police said. While investigating the incident, police discovered another man had been assaulted at the same station almost a week earlier, in the early morning hours of Nov. 7. In that incident, a driver was attacked...
    Two masked men in Florida were caught on camera as they ambushed a woman in her driveway and forced her at gunpoint to open her house, where they tied her up and ransacked the residence, authorities said Wednesday. The woman was leaving her home in Tamarac around 9 a.m. Monday when two men dressed in all black jumped out of a 2019 or 2020 white Lexus SUV, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said. Detectives said the men appeared to be wearing “dark colored, shiny, plastic skull masks.” FLORIDA LAWYER ARRESTED IN SERIES OF BANK ROBBERIES NEAR MIAMI, FEDS SAY Surveillance video shows the woman being held at gunpoint and forced to escort the men inside the home. Additional video from inside the home shows the suspects digging through the woman’s belongings. While the two men were inside, a female suspect was caught on a doorbell camera walking up to the front door. The female suspect, who also wore dark-colored clothing and a hair wrap, opened the door and spoke Creole before closing the door and wiping the handle down with her...
    SANTA MONICA (CBSLA) — Help is needed Friday to identify three men believed to be involved in violently snatching a purse from a woman in Santa Monica, leaving her in the street. The robbery happened Aug. 20 at about 8:50 p.m. in the 1500 block of 6th Street. Police say the woman was on the sidewalk when a man walked up to her and grabbed her purse. (credit: Santa Monica Police Department) Surveillance video shows the woman tried to hold on to the purse, and was dragged out into the street. The man ran off to a vehicle waiting across the street, where two others were waiting. There was an attempt to use the woman’s credit card at 21 Liquor Mart, 1732 W. Rosecrans Ave. in Gardena. Detectives were able to get surveillance video of the three men who tried to use the card, police said. Police did not have a description of the vehicle or the three suspects, but released surveillance images. The vehicle was a red, 4-door compact SUV with dark-tinted back windows. The three suspects appeared to...
    Three men were charged in the death of a 1-year-old boy who was shot and killed in a Pittsburgh neighborhood last week. Police said Andre Crawford, 29; Devon Thompson, 36; and Marvin Hill Jr., 41, were each charged with criminal homicide in the death of Zykier Young on Aug. 24 in the Springfield neighborhood, according to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. "This was a senseless crime that didn't have to occur,” said Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Wendell Hissrich during a press conference. "We need the public's help day in and day out to try and prevent these tragedies from happening.” Police said Zykier was hit with a stray bullet during a shootout among the three men outside, who fired several rounds of shots. A bullet fired outside traveled through two walls, striking Zykier in the head while he was asleep inside his home. He died at a Pittsburgh hospital shortly after the shooting. Police said Crawford and Hill are in custody and that an arrest warrant has been issued for Thompson. Hill was already being held at a county jail...
    EASTPOINTE, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) – The Eastpointe Police Department is seeking to locate three young men accused of damaging an elementary school. Police it happened July 21 at 7 p.m. when the three were caught on video damaging Pleasantview school. During the incident a window was destroyed with a brick and an electrical box was damaged, police say. If you have any information about this incident please contact Det. Chamberlain at 586-445-5100 ext. 1029. © 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Related
    This is the moment three vandals caused $13,000 worth of damage to a New York bagel shop after they were apparently angered to find it wasn't open. Footage released by police shows the suspects smashing up The Brothers Deli & Bagel in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn at around 5.30pm on Friday after workers had packed up and were waiting for their deliver man to bring the bikes inside. The video shared Tuesday shows the would-be customers knocking drinks off a shelf, flipping over snacks, and turning tables after seemingly realizing they were too late to buy food. One of the men kicked the display counter inside the shop near 71st Street. The Brothers Deli & Bagel in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn was smashed up on Friday at 5.30pm The video shared Tuesday shows three men knocking drinks off a shelf and flipping snacks A worker at the Mexican family-run deli claims the suspects also broke a meat-slicing machine and threw an ATM on the floor. 'That day we were ready to close actually, we were closed and I was waiting...
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