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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

The heist was carried out last February under the noses of passengers on board a Helvetic Airways plane loaded with diamonds

Spectacular £30m jewel heist ends in farce as bungled attempts to get rid of gems leads to arrest of thieves

Raid involved eight machine-gun toting robbers in fake police uniforms

NSA surveillance: Apple follows Facebook lead reveals US data requests

Apple is the latest US technology firm to join Facebook and Microsoft in revealing they have received between 4,000 to 5,000 surveillance requests from the US government since 1 December, 2012.

Ex-prisoner Peter Watton sought in Chester rape case

A man who was released from prison last week is wanted for questioning by police investigating the rape of a woman who was attacked while out jogging.

A shot of Dale Cregan released by Great Manchester Police

Dale Cregan: One-eyed gangster joins 'whole life' jail sentence list

30-year-old joins small group of prisoners whose crimes are deemed so appalling they will spend the rest of their lives behind bars

The scene of a smash and grab robbery in Selfridges, Oxford Street, London

Burka-clad Selfridges smash and grab gang 'made off with £1m in watches'

Six-strong armed gang mingled with hundreds of shoppers before smashing glass cabinets with axes and sledge hammers

Willie Smith Ward got 50 years in prison for stealing a rack of ribs

Man in Waco, Texas, gets 50 years in prison for stealing a $35 rack of ribs

Willie Smith Ward had five previous felonies and four convictions for misdemeanours

Frenchman jailed after attempted bank robbery using underwear as a mask

Daniel Anfray was recently released from jail for drink driving

The number of cases of violence against individuals on the Tube rose last year.

Rise in violent offences on London Underground

The number of cases of violence against individuals on the Tube rose last year.

Unhappy Mondays: It's the day of the week when muggers steal the most phones

It is the most miserable day of the week, a return to reality from the elation of the weekend. To compound Monday’s reputation problem, new figures indicate it is also the day when people are most likely to have their mobile phone stolen – with skint thieves who have spent their funds over the weekend to blame.

Police target Soho drug dealers in overnight raids

Police have targeted dozens of crack cocaine and heroin dealers who operate in one of the busiest parts of London in an overnight operation.

Indian gang rape suspect, Vinay Sharma, ‘attacked in prison’

One of the suspects in a brutal gang rape of a student in India is in a criticial condition after being attacked and poisoned in prison, his lawyer says.

Wanted Briton Andrew Moran is arrested in Spain

Andrew Moran arrest: One of the Britain's most wanted criminals - arrested in Spain's Costa Blanca - begins extradition in Madrid court

Moran, from Salford, was convicted in 2009 of an armed robbery involving a gun, machete and baseball bat

Met Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe

Metropolitan Police issues 29,000 cautions in a year

Nearly 30,000 cautions were handed to criminals by the UK's biggest police force in the year to March for offences including robbery, drug trafficking and rape, new figures revealed today.

The plane in Brussels that was raided by eight men in February

Luxury car dealer from Cote d’Azur under arrest over £30m airport diamond heist

Eleven held in custody after swoops in three countries, with cash and jewels recovered

Sean Rigg died while in police custody in 2008

Damning report: Mistakes by police dealing with people suffering from mental illness could have contributed to dozens of deaths

Multiple mistakes by police in dealing with people suffering from mental illness could have contributed to dozens of deaths, an independent commission concluded today.

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