30 Kasım 2015 Pazartesi

Peeping Drone; Thieving Housewives of Salihli

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(HaberTürk Newspaper, 30 November 2015)

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    High-tech peeping scales new heights.

The suspect who flew a remotely controlled drone outfitted
with a camera near the windows of the Atatürk Female Students
Dormatory in Zeytinburnu, Istanbul, has been captured.  The drone
was noticed by students in another block of the dormatory as it
hovered near the window of one of the 3,500 students in the dorm.

The drone-sighting stoked panic among the students and put the
police on the trail of the peeper. After viewing security camera footage
the police isolated pictures of the suspect and determined that he was
M.AE. (29), a food counter worker. M.A.E. was taken into custody

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In his statement to police, M.A.E. refuted the charge that he was
sexually harassing the girls in the dorm, claiming that his drone is
just a hobby. He claimed that on the day of the incident, as his drone
was flying, some of the girls waved at him, prompting him to think
that "this was an invitation. So I flew the drone over that way but I
didn't record anything."

M.A.E. was released but his drone was delivered to the cyber police
team to determine whether or not any views of the dorm had been

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           Zeytinburnu district of Istanbul.

türkçe links to original Turkish article

(HaberTürk Newspaper, 29 November 2015)

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What would their Beverly Hills counterparts think!

Police in Izmir looked into a recent spate of robberies in the
Bayraklı, Bornova, Çiğli, Karabağlar, Buca and Bayındır
neighborhoods and determined that the same method was
used in all 10 robberies. Immediately after the home owner
left the house the thieves entered by using a bank card to
jimmy open the door and rifled through the drawers in the
bedrooms for jewelry.

Video footage from hundreds of cameras in the various
neighborhoods were looked at by police, who identified 5
women as suspects. The vehile used by the women was also
identified by police and led them to Salihli district of Manisa

Vehicle owner Kemal Y. had taken the women, identified
at Salihli housewives Aslı A., Ayşe A., Sibel Y., Nazan A.
and Yasemin Ö,, to Izmir on particular dates. Police then
raided 7 separate addresses and arrested the women, all of
whom had previous police records for theft. Kemal Y. was
also arrested.

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