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  • 1. What is crime? What do people do to commit CRIME? Do you like watching Police & Thieves movies?
  • 2. SOLVING CRIMES Vocabulary
  • 3. Arrest: detain in legal custody
  • 4. Burglar: housebreaker
  • 5. Burglary: act of entering a building
  • 6. Criminal: responsible for a crime
  • 7. Detective: on who investigates crimes, obtains evidence or information
  • 8. Inspector: police officer ranking next below a superintendent
  • 9. Investigate: make a systematic investigation
  • 10. Pickpocket: one who steals from pockets or handbags
  • 11. Pickpocketing: stealing money or valuables from a person without the person noticing
  • 12. Rob: to take property illegally
  • 13. robber: someone who robs
  • 14. Robbery: stealing of property using violence
  • 15. Shoplift: to steal from a store that is open for business
  • 16. Shoplifter: person who steals from a store during shopping hours
  • 17. Shoplifting: the act of stealing goods from a store during shopping hours
  • 18. Solve: clear up or explain mystery
  • 19. Steal: to take property without permission
  • 20. Theft: dishonest taking of property
  • 21. Thief: a person who commits theft

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