DOWNTOWN (KDKA)- Pittsburgh Police need your help tracking down a man who reached over a counter and stole a store’s cash box.
The theft happened on September 14th at the Pittsburgh News on 6th Street in downtown Pittsburgh. Police just released surveillance video of the suspects Tuesday night.
The video shows a man distracting the clerks and looking over the counter. When the clerks were occupied, he reached over the counter and grabbed a cigar box that contained an unspecified amount of cash.
The suspect is a tall black man, wearing a blue coat and a gray Pirates hat.
A woman was also caught on surveillance, pretending to browse in the store before taking off with the man.
She’s described as a white woman with blond hair, wearing tan pants and a purple top.
After the suspect grabbed the cigar box, he paid for some items and then left the…
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Cheryl has ditched the Cole for her latest single (Picture: Polydor)
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has ditched her former married name for good after unveiling new single I Don’t Care.
Her last release, Crazy Stupid Love, was the last to be released under the name Cheryl Cole. After her marriage to Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini back in July, the former Mrs Cole will now be known professionally as just ‘Cheryl’.
It’s perhaps for the best she’s ditched her old surname, after she was named ‘most dangerous celebrity’ in a study by McAfee. The study, which looked at which celebrities give fans the highest chance of landing on a malicious website after searching for them online, found searching terms such as ‘Cheryl Cole downloads’ gives you a 15 per cent chance of landing on a site that has tested positive for online threats.
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Zagreb, Croatia – June 2011
It is not yet afternoon, but a thick, stifling haze has already settled over the city. Even the voices in the market seem muted. I spot no others with cameras or city maps. I am alone with the locals.
Most tourists who pass through Zagreb spend only a few hours or, at most, stay overnight before moving on to the coast. It is a place of transit. The place on the way to someplace else.
Thunderstorms are predicted for the afternoon, so I catch the bus to Mirogoj cemetery. The alleys and passages are deserted. The only sound is that of my steps. The tombs are impressive in an ostentatious sort of way, but the smaller details in the arcade are what hold my attention.
The haze solidifies and rises. For a short time, blue sky appears. The center of Zagreb is broken up into…
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