|Undercover work is 2nd nature to aerial reporter, Mr Chips|
It was clearly an inside job, he tweeted. This lot are professionals, they don't leave any finger prints and are not above using the young ones to help in their perfidious activities. Using top of the range photo-technology, Mr Chips gave us his bird's eye view of the get-away:
The thieves made off with a collection of rare gems, necklaces and earrings. The worth of these is incalculable; we didn't have them insured, sobbed their hapless owner, I never thought that something like this could happen here. The thieves had planned their escape well - through the balcony doors and down into the gardens. Unfortunately our reporter lost sight of them once the thieves made it into the grass. Mr Chips apologised for this slip-up - my wife called and reminded me to bring back something for breakfast and by the time I'd finished
If you see any of the individuals posted below you are strongly advised to call the police immediately and make sure your own doors and windows stay locked at all times. Trust no-one.
|Could this be the 'ring' leader?|
|A clip-on earring from the 1980s, You can't find gems like this anymore|
|Mama - I'll help!|
|His prison name was Pumpkin, but now he's free and could be running in a field near you...|