28 Aralık 2015 Pazartesi

Thieves: Perfumed, Nice, Endoscopic

türkçe links to original Turkish article

(HaberTürk Newspaper, 28 December 2015)

    Succumbs to his weakness for Chanel No. 5.

In Istanbul, in recent moths a thief has been driving the owners
of luxury cars crazy.  The thief has targetted well-to-do areas and
has stolen car mirrors worth 2,000 TL (about 650 USD) and
tires that go for 8 to 9,000 TL.  Over the last three months the
thief has hit 241 cars.

In 240 of the cars he robbed the thief left no fingerprints but in
the 241st the thief grabbed a perfume bottle and left his prints on
it.  Police were then able to determine that the thief was prison
escapee Ercan Tokyar.  Police looked at surveillance videos and
nabbed Tokyar at a shopping plaza in Şişli, Istanbul. They are now
looking for his two accomplices.

           Bifurcated Şişli district, Istanbul


türkçe links to original Turkish article

(HaberTürk Newspaper, 17 December 2015)

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Well waddayaknow, thieves with a conscience.

Three days ago 3 computers were stolen from the family health unit
in Yüksekova district of Hakkâri province, bringing health services
to a standstill.  Health unit personnel could not innoculate children
or access the records of their patients.

The doctors and nurses called on the thieves to return the computers
and yesterday their call bore fruit (!).  The thieves left the computers in
front of a junk yard about 500 meters from the health unit.  The junk
yard owner noticed them when he came to work in the morning and
called the health unit.  Dr. İsmet Turgut of the health unit was overjoyed
to see the returned computers and said "thank you to those who returned
our computers."

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Yüksekova is in Hakkâri province, in the farthest SE corner of Turkey.

türkçe links to original Turkish article

(HaberTürk Newspaper, 17 December 2015)

Moonlighting, no doubt, after a day of endoscopic operations.

In Üsküdar, Istanbul, police became suspicious of two cars bearing
Bulgarian license plates.  Police then raided the building entered by
the four occupants of the cars and found that they had drilled through
the wall of a tea house into the adjacent jewelry store.  It turned out
that the suspects had put an endoscopic camera through the wall to
determine where the jeweler's cash box was situated.

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               Üsküdar district, Istanbul


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