E-fit images of the suspect, and the McCanns in a BBC 'Crimewatch' reconstruction

Madeleine McCann: Suspect seen 'carrying girl to the beach' as police reveal 'overwhelming response' to Crimewatch appeal

Police hoping new timeline of events could lead to breakthrough

Tough justice, tough love: Burglary plot criminal told he's not allowed romantic relationships as part of probation deal

‘You need to focus on yourself’ are words more likely found in a newspaper’s agony aunt column than a court room.

Burglar stole kayak to row to a better life
in France

A wanted burglar has been jailed after he admitted stealing a kayak and trying to paddle across one of the world’s busiest sea lanes to start a new life in France.

12 of the hoard of rare Chinese artefacts has been stolen from Cambridge University

Countrywide police raids recover stolen museum loot worth millions

Multiple arrests in joint police operation involving 26 forces

Scotland Yard confirmed that a man was stopped at around 18:00 on Wednesday and was ordered to verify his identity. They have not, however, confirmed that the man was Prince Andrew.

Prince Andrew 'grateful for apology' after being challenged by armed police at Buckingham Palace

According to reports armed police pointed their guns at Andrew and shouted at him to 'put your hands up and get on the ground'

Anthony Kennedy, who was dubbed Ratboy, has been jailed again at the age of 34

Teenage criminal known as 'Ratboy' grows up - but he's back behind bars

Anthony Kennedy, who hid in ventilation shafts when he was on the run in the 1990s, jailed for burglary

Last night's viewing: Burgled, Channel 4
The Man Who Ate Himself to Death, Channel 5

The Cutting Edge documentary Burgled opened with a sobering statistic – a burglary takes place every 47 seconds in the UK. In order to delve deeper into the life of crime, Channel 4 followed the West Yorkshire police to the home of some of the most burgled neighbourhoods in Britain: Leeds. The documentary adopted Cops-style filming, following police officers on duty as they attempted to catch thieves. This led us to believe that we were in for some fast-paced, real-life action. We weren't.

Jennifer Lopez: A man found allegedly living in the singer's pool house has been charged with stalking

Man found living in Jennifer Lopez's pool house arrested for stalking

A man found living in the pool house of Jennifer Lopez’s mansion in the Hamptons, New York has been charged with stalking.

Retired Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington's home was broken into. Burglars took her fiance's car

Twitter probe launched after burglars target Rebecca Adlington's home

Athlete took to Twitter to announce her relief that medals were found 

Jamie Carragher

Comment: Jamie Carragher makes strong pitch for Sky alongside Gary Neville – by telling it like it is

On-screen partnership with Neville scores on debut as perfect riposte to rivals

Cafe @ Marshalls was the unlikely site of a five-hour siege

Quiche craving leads to armed siege in Northumberland

Five-hour stand-off as peckish raiders armed themselves with knives

The Sexual Assault Services Centre in San Bernardino County, California

Thieves return computers after realising they had burgled a charity

The burglars struck at the offices of the Sexual Assault Services Centre in southern California

Ingrid Lederhaas-Okun, 46, pleaded guilty to theft charges on Friday

Former Tiffany executive admits stealing over $2million worth of jewellery

'I knew it was illegal to steal, and I did so regardless… I'm very sorry', she told a judge

Ian John McLoughlin was arrested in London

15 murderers among 800 convicted criminals on run after breaking rules of early release

Authorities under pressure over day release of double killer arrested over pensioner's death

Five-minute memoir: The art of losing

The burglar took almost everything – even the bed sheets. But loss felt good to Andrew Porter.

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