robbery

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  • Info Robbery is the crime of taking or attempting to take something of value by force or threat of force or by putting the victim in fear. more...
  • He took part in more bank robberies and spent more time in prison.
  • His primary source of financial support appears to have come from bank robberies.
  • When he returned the same year, he and his friend were arrested for robbery.
  • Rose was arrested after only four months in his office for robbery.
  • However, he would not allow it at first, and they only saw one another between robberies.
  • After approximately three to four minutes, both men left the market without carrying out the planned robbery.
  • Although he had been wealthy, he spent all his money and turned to highway robbery.
  • It was then discovered they had committed as many as ten robberies prior.
  • This was regarded as a test run for the main robbery later in the evening.
  • Other robberies of art objects, money and other items have been much more recent.
  • He was eventually convicted of armed robbery and spent around five years in prison.
  • This hold up is considered to be one of the largest ever gold robberies in Australian history.
  • During his term in office the rate of armed robberies and assault increased.
  • It was the gang's last robbery before going silent for one year.
  • Using his share from the robberies, he bought an expensive foreign-produced car.
  • Few criminals are able to make a successful living out of bank robbery over the long run.
  • It was then the largest robbery in the history of the United States.
  • The family of the police officer who died during the robbery has not authorized the film.
  • The lives of many were saved due to the great attention the soldiers gave to the robberies.
  • While his mother was pregnant with him, she was serving time for armed robbery.
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Meaning of robbery

  • noun Larceny by threat of violence