The biggest-ever heist in Iraq happened on January 13, 2005 when robbers made off
with $13.5 million from a Rasheed Bank branch in Ramadi, around 60 miles west of Baghdad.
Fr Hegedusich who then returned to St Peter's Church with around half of the stolen cash and held mass, said: "It's disheartening that someone made off
with offerings for the poor."
"The offender took about pounds 100 in pounds 10 and pounds 20 notes and made off
on foot in the direction of Mythe View."
The suspects made off
in a dark coloured Lexus, which was driven by a third person.
Some unidentified thieves struck at a house of Abdul Rasheed in Bani Gala and made off
with electronic equipments, including laptops and mobile, the police stated.
Thieves reached in and stole an integrated sat-nav and made off
on November 2 at 8.55pm.
Rawalpindi -- Thieves have struck at a house and made off
with valuables worth million of rupees within the Rawat Police jurisdiction.
Tahir Masood, a resident of Muslim Town, lodged a complaint with the local police that he was going in car with wife, brother wife and children when two motorcyclists intercepted them, held them hostage at gunpoint and made off
with six gold bangles, three rings, two bracelets and other valuables.
Rawalpindi -- Unknown thieves have struck at a cell phone outlet and made off
with cash, mobile phones and calling cards worth millions within the Sadiqabad police jurisdiction.
The men, who made off
with a substantial amount of cash, were described as having Liverpool-type accents.
The offenders, who police believe may have entered the yard via a boat from the River Tyne, dumped the chassis and the water container into the river and made off
with the diesel engine.
The offenders, who police believe may have entered the yard via boat from the River Tyne, dumped the chassis and the water container into the river and made off
with the diesel engine part.