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After getting the money, the bandit ran out of the bank and climbed into the passenger seat of a black Chevrolet SUV which then drove off, police said.
And so the game is afoot: Bad chases Weird, Good chases Bad, and the entire Japanese Imperial Army—along with some Manchurian bandits who also want the map—
But even now in some Somali towns, once the soldiers distribute the food and pull out, the bandits simply re-emerge.
The price soon recovered but not before some investors took a terrible bath and some others made out like bandits.
No one saw a car related to the Tigard robbery, the FBI said, but witnesses say the bandit drove away in a silver car after the Wilsonville heist.
Virtual bandits have committed wave after wave of digital crimes.
In the first theft on Friday night, the bandits broke in and stole boxes containing 30,000 condoms.
Make no mistake: The three-armed bandits have taken over school playgrounds like nothing Alice Birney Elementary Principal Jewel Jackson has seen since Pokemon cards.
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BANDIT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bandit for English Language Learners
: a criminal who attacks and steals from travelers and who is often a member of a group of criminals
BANDIT Defined for Kids
Definition of bandit for Students
: a criminal who attacks and steals from travelers and is often a member of a group
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