In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Police say the problem has a direct impact on pushing up burglaries, robberies and thefts.
- The police suspect one man committed the four burglaries on New Year's Day.
- These offenders have recently been found guilty of a number of burglaries and car thefts.
- The court heard he began committing burglaries at the age of 13 and first targeted churches ten years ago.
- Last week, year-on-year figures showed slight rises in street crime and burglaries.
- Other crimes such as burglaries and thefts from cars had decreased, he added.
- Arrests were made for a variety of offences including burglary, theft and public order.
- Along with stamping out burglaries and thefts, a heavy emphasis is put on personal safety.
- A while ago I found out that they'd caught the guy who committed the burglary on my flat at the end of last year.
- As a result he will urge that crime prevention is focused on routine crimes such as theft and burglary.
- An offshoot of these visits can be burglaries and theft of garden equipment and power tools.
- He also pleaded guilty to another two counts of burglary and an attempted burglary.
- Apart from the burglary figures, crime as a whole was on the decrease, according to Insp Jones.
- Drink is also a significant factor in street crime, burglaries and theft.
- Police say all the property has been stolen in either burglaries or robberies.
- The theft of a water company's van has sparked fears it might be used to commit distraction burglaries.
- He also faces charges of conspiracy to commit burglaries and steal motor vehicles in West Yorkshire.
- The number of burglaries, thefts from cars and violent crimes dropped in the Western Bay.
- Five months later, she cashed two other benefit books after they were stolen in a burglary.
- But three weeks after his release, he was dealing in heroin and committing burglaries.
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