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They chased them following which car snatchers abandoned the cab near H-9 bazaar and fled.
DSP Tariq Habib added that similarly, cops held a five member group of motorcycle snatchers who snatched motorcycle from one Imtiaz Ali, a school teacher.
QUETTA -- A bike snatcher was killed by a citizen while his colleague managed to escape along with snatched motorcycle at Degree College Quetta near Sariab area of provincial capital on Monday.
Even though the quantum of sentence for snatching and wrongful restraint was increased from two to 10 and 14 years respectively in the state, the snatchers go about their business without any fear of the law.
In his review of Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers, Dana Jennings, New York Times Science Editor, wrote: "I wish I had this book back in 2008.
INVASION Of The Body Snatcher s ac tor Ke v in McCarthy has died, aged 96.
Black Buzzer, Black Fritz, Black Snatcher, Black Zonker, Black Woolly Bugger, Bloodworm, Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear, Blobs.
A spokesman for West Mercia Police said the incidents demonstrated how quickly bag snatchers can strike.
In fact, the emergence was almost creepy, kind of like the pod people in "Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
Novelist and short story writer Jack Finney (1911-1995) was best known for his science fiction and thrillers, most notably The Body Snatchers (the basis for the 1956 movie Invasion of the Body Snatchers) and Time and Again.
Police today warned women to be on the lookout for bag snatchers on mini motorbikes.
The author explains how Hunter's contacts in the seedy underbelly of society, including London's infamous body snatchers, led ultimately to a revolution in medicine.