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Stupid Case File for January 4, 2006

"Hey! How'd you find me?"

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German police Thursday captured two men suspected of stealing from 15 cars and two garden sheds by following their footprints in the snow for several miles.

Policemen were checking up on a car whose alarm had been set off just after midnight in the town of Hoentrop when they found a smashed window and two sets of footprints which they followed more than ten streets.

"At one point the tracks disappeared because someone had cleared the pavement outside their home in the middle of the night," police said in a statement.

After this minor setback, the officers picked up the trail again. The two sets of footprints led them directly to the entrance of a flat where the burglars not only stored their booty but also left their shoes and gloves to dry.


2 Comments:

Blogger Online Degree said...

Boy... that is pretty lame. You think they would notice as the snow crunches beneath their every step.

January 10, 2006 5:32 PM  
Blogger mel said...

Hey, that's slick. Good story, haha. Good laugh. Mel.

January 11, 2006 9:27 PM  

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