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Pickpocket definition, a person who steals money, wallets, etc., from the pockets of people, as in crowded public places. See more.

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Theft and Pickpocket Prevention - Metropolitan Police Department
Theft and Pickpocket. Prevention. Tips for protecting yourself and your property from thieves and pickpockets.
Pickpockets target the careless and the weak The Police of Tallinn
Pickpockets target the careless and the weak. The Police of Tallinn Centre asks for help in identifying persons displayed on the photographs. Young people are ...
Pickpockets in 'Tana: How to Avoid Becoming a Victim
Pickpockets in 'Tana: How to Avoid Becoming a Victim. Don't have anything more in your wallet than you are willing to lose. Try to keep only what is essential ...
Watch out for pickpockets - People First
Even in a city as busy and crowded as London, incidents of pickpocketing are still quite low. Knowing how and where criminals who commit these crimes ...

Suggested News Resources

WATCH: Female pickpockets steal jewellery as they give victim HUGS
Police have released CCTV footage of female pickpockets stealing a woman's jewellery after they stopped their car to ask for directions to a hospital.
MailOnline Travel puts RiutBag to the test with a professional pickpocket
He added that quite often pickpockets use the 'pencil trick' - where thieves stab the stationary through the zip and open the bag that way.
Who Are the Pickpockets Prowling Your City's Airport?
If you take the word f-r-e-e and rip the "r" out of it, what do you get? Two things, actually: One, instead of "free" you get "fee" -- and then you get mad.
Montreal pickpockets lift couple's wallets in brazen theft
It wasn't until Alain Simard went to pay the bill that he noticed his wallet was missing. He'd been enjoying dinner out with his girlfriend and her son at a restaurant on St-Denis Street in Montreal, on Friday, March 4.
Life on the local: The life and times of train(ed) pickpockets

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