Thieves

Robbers
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Ekers, Paul, 1961-: "Bugger, I was hoping to get enough cash to buy TWO tickets to the Rugby World Cup final". 1 April 2010
Date: 2010 Ref: DCDL-0029338 Description: Black and white cartoon shows two robbers who have broken into a store room filled with cash. However, it's not enough for them to be able to buy two tickets...
Ekers, Paul, 1961-:Robber makes getaway in taxi. 20 January 2006
Date: 2006 Ref: DCDL-0029109 Description: Shows a robber giving himself up to an officer outside a police station. In the foreground is taxi driver who is trying to read a map. The rober tells the o...
Date: 1955 Ref: A-386-086 Description: Shows two policemen watching another policeman catch a thief while riding a motorised scooter. A newspaper article titled 'Policemen may ride scooters on bea...
Date: 1950 - 1969 From: Mayne, William Thomas, 1910-1988 :490 original cartoons published in the Christchurch Star Sun and the Christchurch Star Sun Sports between 1954 and 1962. Ref: A-388-038 Description: Shows a man and his wife walking along a street at night and discussing their stolen car. The man is holding his shoes rather than wearing them. He appears t...
Date: 1956 From: Mayne, William Thomas, 1910-1988 :490 original cartoons published in the Christchurch Star Sun and the Christchurch Star Sun Sports between 1954 and 1962. Ref: A-386-106 Description: Shows three men and one woman hatching a plan to stop thieves from stealing the crops on their farm. They are each holding a weapon and behind them stands a ...
Date: 1956 From: Mayne, William Thomas, 1910-1988 :490 original cartoons published in the Christchurch Star Sun and the Christchurch Star Sun Sports between 1954 and 1962. Ref: A-386-105 Description: Shows a man digging potatoes from his garden with a tear in his eye. A small child dressed as a Native American looks on. Text at the top of the cartoon read...
Clark, Laurence, 1949- :Taonga in prisons. 22 November 2014
Date: 2014 By: Northern advocate (Newspaper) Ref: DCDL-0029980 Description: Cartoon shows two prison inmates. One asks the other why he wants to keep his valuable taonga at the jail. The second prisoner responds, "Too many crooks out...
'News - The lucrative scrap-metal market has caused a "dramatic increase" in thieves plundering sections of track'. "That light's good! Now I see what I'm doing." 30 July, 2008
Date: 2008 Ref: DCDL-0007215 Description: Shows two scrap-metal thieves in the middle of the night cutting out sections of a railway track. One of them is glad of the light cast on things by an appro...
Date: 1885 - 1895 Ref: E-026-f-046 Description: A crafty old Jew who runs a thieves' school near Field Lane, Saffron Hill. A character from Dickens' novel Oliver Twist who he based on a real-life Jewish fe...
Date: 1885 - 1895 Ref: E-026-f-044 Description: A vicious thief and murderer. A character from Dicken's novel Oliver Twist. Shown holding a club and with a fierce expression on his face. He is wearing a b...