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So Silveti gathered a team of trusted DFS agents and his secretary, Estela, to plan the heist.

In the first episode, Diop hatches an elaborate plot to steal a necklace that belonged to Marie Antoinette from the Louvre—and the heists only get more innovative from there.

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Two of Netflix’s three most popular original series ever are heist dramas.

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Scammers will profit from crisis and confusion, especially if the heist is easy and risks are minimal.

Although he is imprisoned, he ultimately escapes before standing trial and goes on to pull off many other colorful heists.

Return fraud has been called the invisible heist—or “de-shopping.”

Two gunmen pulled off a daylight heist in the Diamond District and evaded every single cop.

He had his team practice the bank heist over and over, throwing in various possibilities and forecasting alternative measures.

What had started as a simple heist had now become a hostage crisis and for the next 14 hours.

The game ended with a Portuguese heist, but it began with an American gift.

As Will made his daring plunge Josh Heist on rushed to the side, and stood with starting eyes gazing at the disturbed water.

But apparently the job was a genuine heist, not a cover-up for something else.

Van der Heist and Frans Hals are sinking to the level of gifted amateurs.

Ef he should bother us I kin heist him on my back, easy enuf.

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On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to heist, such as: break in, caper, holdup, larceny, theft, and crime.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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