safe-blower

safe-blower

n
a person who uses explosives to open safes and rob them
Translations

safe-blower

[ˈseɪfˌbləʊəʳ] N safe-breaker [ˈseɪfˌbreɪkəʳ] Nladrón/ona m/f de cajas fuertes
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Paddy "Boy Blue" Murphy, his little chubby best friend, worshipped EFC, and he was the best safe-blower in the North End of Liverpool.
Gang insiders, relatives, friends and detectives lift the lid on his six decades as a master safe-blower, from mixing with the Krays and the cream of the London underworld to his ill-fated collaboration with violent gangster Kenny Noye.
Credited with launching the careers of Donald Findlay QC and Nicholas Fairbairn, Beltrami worked with the flamboyant Fairbairn to defend the safe-blower Johnny Ramensky.
He said: 'My dad Andy was a safe-blower who did six long jail sentences.
THE huge investment made by Darlington chairman and former safe-blower George Reynolds looks like paying off with an appearance at the Twin Towers.
And the former armed robber and safe-blower - now a successful author - told how he and other prisoners even plotted to "crash" Allen's cell in a bid to set him free and the silence that swept over Walton after the trapdoor opened.
HEADLINE: Safe-blower gets pounds 200 from club CRACKED IT A safe after being targeted by the Peter Men
This one-off documentary features, among others, the backer of Darlington's football club, former safe-blower George Reynolds, writes Mark Worwood.
Michael Caine won the best actor award at Europe's oldest film festival in Spain for his role as a safe-blower in Blood and Wine.
HE was a one-man crimewave, an expert safe-blower who kept getting caught, but whom no prison could hold.
Christopher Lambert is Fred, a safe-blower who hides out in the Paris Metro when a heist goes wrong.
He was something of a legend, and he was known to travel great distances to bring murderers, bank robbers, safe-blowers, and horse thieves to bay.