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The local sheriff’s department has had the last laugh after a drawing widely panned as the worst police sketch ever has helped catch their suspect

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File image: Spanish police have arrested a 64-year-old after the thief who stole video tapes from his home discovered they contained scenes of child abuse and alerted officers

Burglar steals video tapes of child abuse, hands them into police

Thief tipped off police after watching the tapes, a 64-year-old football coach has now been arrested

Michael Adebolajo during an interview with the police

Lee Rigby murder: Killer Michael Adebolajo handed witness a note attempting to justify actions

Witness Amanda Donnelly Martin was passed a warped handwritten note by one of Fusilier Lee Rigby's murderers.

Ronnie Biggs: It was our romantic attachment to crime that turned the Great Train Robber into a star

He assumed the mantle of the rogue with no regrets

A scene from 'The Great Train Robbery'

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BBC's The Great Train Robbery airs tonight on the eve of Ronnie Biggs' death

Ronnie Biggs dead: Great Train Robbery fugitive dies aged 84

Biggs became famous after he escaped from prison and spent the next three decades on the loose in Brazil following 'The Crime of the Century'

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Over 8,500 children aged 10-12 have been arrested in England and Wales over the last two years

Thousands of children aged 10-12 arrested for violent attacks, rape and firearms

Over 8,500 children aged 10-12 have been arrested in England and Wales over the last two years, almost a quarter of which were made for violent attacks

PS4 sale in San Francisco ends in murder

The console's owner was shot multiple times after meeting with the suspect in a location specified by the online ad

Hitchen receives his CBE in 1990; he later served on the Media Honours Committee

Brian Hitchen: Admired and respected tabloid editor behind whose easy grin was a ruthless and indefatigable chaser of stories

Brian Hitchen was an archetypal tabloid journalist of what is now termed the old school. He was supremely self-confident, ruthless, indefatigable in pursuit of a story and, like many of his contemporaries, scornful of the abilities of today's practitioners of the trade, emerging from what he called "half-baked courses" in journalism.

Professor Green arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice

The rapper has been bailed following a police investigation

Michael Adebolajo (left) and Michael Adebowale are accused of murdering Fusilier Rigby as he returned to barracks

Lee Rigby murder: Accused man Michael Adebolajo ‘tried to justify Woolwich attack in a scrawled note’ handed to witness

Court sees horrifying details of Lee Rigby’s final moments on CCTV footage

A photo of Abdelhakim Dekhar taken in 1994 during his custody as part of the Rey-Maupin case

Suspect in French newspaper shooting had lived in London

Abdelhakim Dekhar will be formally accused of "attempted murder" and kidnapping

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