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A painting by Dutch master Vincent van Gogh has been stolen from a museum in the Netherlands closed due to Covid-19. The piece was on temporary loan, with officials of both museums expressing exasperation over the theft.
A foodbank in West Yorkshire, England has been broken into and £500-worth of items such as food, sanitary products and basic supplies stolen, as the febrile atmosphere in the UK cranks up amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Cops in Philadelphia have stopped making arrests for an array of crimes – including drugs, theft and sex work – adopting a catch-and-release policy for the span of the Covid-19 crisis, in what some saw as a step toward anarchy.
Facial-recognition tool Clearview AI has had its client list stolen, though the secretive corporation, which boasts billions of scraped photos in its archive, insists no servers were breached and that the security flaw is fixed.
Police in Barcelona have connected the dots between a series of apparently random attacks across the city, tying one suspect to two murders, a stabbing and an attempt at arson in the span of a single afternoon.
Mexico’s ambassador to Argentina has resigned for health reasons, after he appeared to be caught on camera stealing a $10 book, and was also accused of pilfering a shirt from an airport shop.
Stealing a Pride banner from a church and burning it outside a local strip club has landed an Ames, Iowa resident in prison for sixteen years, on hate crime charges.
Two men have been arrested after sacks full of onions vanished from street vendors, police have said, as India battles with a full-blown onion crisis, sparked by 400-percent price hikes.
Mexico’s foreign ministry has recalled the country’s ambassador over a video allegedly showing the man in an act of shoplifting at one of the most famous bookstores in Buenos Aires.