The guard said he noticed the priceless sash and medal were missing after visiting "a number of these different establishments."
A hungry bandit was caught in the act on Monday afternoon helping himself to a South Carolina woman's stock of state fair corn dogs before allegedly stealing her cellphone and pedaling away on her bicycle, police said.
The armed men simply strolled into the store, unplugged the ATM, loaded it onto a pickup truck and drove away.
The newly arrived Yandex Taxi app is a product of one of Russia's most successful and popular digital companies—and Lithuanian officials are suspicious.
Iwao Hakamada was sentenced to death for murdering a family of four in 1966.
The government sent him $9,000 for his employee's parental leave, which he pocketed.
The man threatened an employee with a knife before running off with a handful of vouchers.
Anne of Brittany heart had been buried near the city of St Nazaire.
Jaime Rodríguez might be trailing in Mexico's presidential polls, but he had a novel suggestion to combat crime and corruption during the first televised debate.
The gas station owner accused the customer of stealing the snack.
A Manhattan judge ruled that two works by Vienna's Egon Schiele belong to three heirs of the Holocaust victim robbed by the Nazis 80 years ago.
Move over Nigerian email scam, fraudsters have a new sneaky trick.
'This would be like naming the Oconee National Forest's campground the Hillary Clinton or Michelle Obama campground.'
More than a third of cleaning and baggage workers at U.S. airports live in or near poverty.
From anti-virus software to watching your account balances like a hawk.
Scientists are trying to piece together whether any skullduggery went down at Untermassfeld.
Everything's big in the Lone Star state—including this alleged theft.
Wikipedia has locked its page on the font for editing as the scandal grows.
For American businesses, crisis is inevitable in China. It's part of the rigged game.
"Thou shalt not rip off mom-and-pop shops" is a basic principle for these wannabe Robin Hoods, who proudly declare opposition to capitalism.
The suspects in the 1980 theft have been reported as deceased, but officials still hope previously unreleased surveillance footage will lead to the return of 13 artworks valued at half a billion dollars.
Roman Totenberg's violin disappeared from his office in 1980.
Lawmakers have proposed increasing penalties for stealing crops, livestock.