safe-breaker

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safe-breaker

n
a person who breaks open and robs safes. Also called: safe-cracker
Translations

safe-breaker

[ˈseɪfˌbreɪkəʳ] safe-cracker [ˈseifˌkrækəʳ] (Am) nscassinatore/trice
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With goalscorers and safe-breakers covered, Rooney's next fitting at the tailors should not be for the captain's suit but a substitute's bib.
From thieves and safe-breakers, to robbers and fraudsters, police had their work cut out keeping tabs on this lot.
Some studied the surroundings of the shop, while another group took care of the logistical matters, driving the safe-breakers to the shop and returning them to safety after the operation.
She has been jailed for 30 months and the two safe-breakers have also been handed prison sentences.
Parker, believed to be 52, is reputed to be one of the finest safe-breakers in the world and an excellent mechanic.
He graduated to breaking into pubs and clubs and admits he became part of the Barlanark Team - notorious safe-breakers.
HEADLINE: Big safe gang out STORY: A well-organised gang of safe-breakers is working in East Northumberland and has made several successful raids.
He'd just moved his office into the old cafe when one night some safe-breakers broke into the cinema.
The 40-strong gang went on to become notorious safe-breakers and carried out a string of post office and cash and carry raids.
A three-man gang, including one of the world's best safe-breakers, climbed across roofs and tried to smash through the skylight.