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18,288.  The 1970s saw a five-fold increase in armed raids.  Robbers like Bernie Khan were committing three or four robberies a week ... Alarmed with the crime wave, police fought back with an elite specialised squad of detectives – the Flying Squad.  (Gangs UK: London & London & Robbery & Heists: UK)  Underworld: London

 

18,289.  Meanwhile, the City’s banks and cash-carrying companies were still being targeted.  Out on the streets it was business as usual for the criminals.  Robberies in London continued to escalate – 734 in 1978 alone ... By the 1980s the recent rash of armed robberies plaguing the City was declining.  Security was also improving at banks and in the vehicles that transport the cash.  (Gangs UK: London & London & Robbery & Murder & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

 

30,428.  In this raid, [Sir Francis] Drake seized eighty pound in weight of gold.  And more than twenty-six tons in silver bars ... It’s one of the biggest heists in history.  (Great Britain & England & Gangs: UK & Piracy & Heists: UK)  The British III: Revolution

 

 

114,867.  He [Hill] launches a new audacious type of crime [London]: Post Office robbery.  (Gangs UK: London & Heists UK)  Wartime Crime I, Yesterday 2018

 

114,868.  In 1952 he carries out the Eastcastle Street robbery with a value of over £7 million today, it is the biggest criminal heist Britain has ever seen.  (Gangs UK: London & Heists UK)  ibid.

 

 

17,825.  The robbery that made British criminal history: it wasn’t just the amount that stung the public, the Queen’s train had been attacked carrying the Royal Mail from Glasgow to London.  (Gangs UK: GTR & Robbery & Heists: UK & Heists UK: GTR)  The Underworld: Robbery

 

17,826.  In the sixties when workers took their wages home in cash there was no softer target than the payroll.  (Gangs UK: GTR & Robbery & Heists: UK & Heists UK: GTR)  ibid.

 

17,827.  In 1962 nine months before the Great Train Robbery violence was used in a raid on the offices of BOAC at London Airport.  (Gangs UK: GTR & Robbery & Heists: UK & Heists UK: GTR)  ibid.

 

17,828.  Security firms sold themselves on their ability to cope with brutal attacks.  But for the guards it as an horrific experience.  (Gangs UK: GTR & Robbery & Heists: UK & Heists UK: GTR)  ibid.

 

17,829.  Banks were next on the list.  (Gangs UK: GTR & Robbery & Heists: UK & Heists UK: GTR)  ibid.

 

17,830.  There was friction whenever these freelance operators teamed up.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

17,831.  The gang went on to steal £238,000 from Barclays in Ilford in February 1970.  It was the largest bank robbery in Britain.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

17,832.  By the summer of 1972 there was an armed robbery in London every five days.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

17,833.  On 10th August it took a gang just ninety seconds to seize £138,000 from Barclay’s Bank in Wembley.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

17,834.  Scotland Yard formed the robbery squad.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

17,835.  Bertie Smalls became the first supergrass ... Don Barrett ... The only man to go supergrass twice.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

 

17,847.  During a two-year reign of terror across the UK a gang of ruthless robbers targeted security depots and cash-in-transit vans.  Their method was elaborate and unique creating devastation in their wake.  But each time they struck they left vital clues.  (Gangs: UK & Heists: UK)  Britain’s Biggest Heists II: The Battering Ram Gang

 

17,848.  In less than two minutes the gang had ransacked the place and fled with a major amount of cash.  (Gangs: UK & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

17,849.  Terrorising other parts of the UK: Liverpool, Bolton, Radcliffe, Salford & Dartford.  (Gangs: UK & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

17,850.  Two years and six violent attacks on four of the gang were found guilty of their crimes ... Now the mission was to find the rest of the missing gang.  (Gangs: UK & Heists: UK)  ibid. 

 

 

17,860.  They tell you not to panic.  They tell you to stay calm.  Not resist.  Not put up a fight.  Don’t engage them in conversation.  Don’t speak unless spoken to.  Be compliant and you will live to see another day.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  Inside Men, BBC 2012, starring Steven MacIntosh (as John) & Ashley Walters (as Chris) & Warren Brown (as Marcus) & Kierston Wareing (as Gina) & Paul Popplewell (as Tom) & Nicola Walker (as Kirsty) et al, director James Kent

 

17,861.  Not even criminals want cash nowadays – online that’s where it’s at.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Cash & Heists: UK)  ibid.  John

 

17,862.  No-one nicks that much cash any more.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Cash & Heists: UK)  ibid.  Marcus

 

17,863.  What we want to do is make small regular withdrawals.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Cash & Heists: UK)  ibid.  Marcus

 

17,864.  If you’re going to cross that line it has to be worth it.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  John

 

17,865.  What if we took the lot?  (Gangs: UK & Gangstas & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  John

 

 

17,866.  How much do you remember?  How much do you retain?  This is when the real work begins.  This is when you have to be strong.  This is when they think they know you.  But they don’t.  They can’t.   (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  Inside Men II, BBC 2012

 

17,867.  It’s thought an extremely large sum of money was taken.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  radio news

 

17,868.  So far we have three men on the inside and no-one on the outside.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  John

 

17,869.  Whatever scheme you’re running is doomed to fail, so no thank you.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  friend of Marcus

 

17,870.  On a good night up to a hundred and fifty million.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  Marcus

 

17,871.  How much did we get?  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  Chris in hospital bed

 

 

17,872.  The spending part – keeps me awake at night.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  Inside Men III, BBC 2012, Marcus

 

17,873.  I want out.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  Chris

 

17,874.  The £172 million still missing.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  television news

 

17,875.  I want to report a crime.  This one hasn’t happened yet.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  Chris

 

 

17,876.  Everything you’re standing on we split down the middle.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  Inside Men IV, BBC 2012

 

17,877.  Give me the code.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  gangsta

 

17,878.  Why don’t you [child] show me all round your house?  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  Gina

 

17,879.  Your fellow’s got enough to explain.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

17,880.  Rescue me just one more time.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  him to her

 

17,881.  My husband’s not a hero.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  wife of depot boss

 

17,882.  Go ahead.  Get it done.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.  depot boss to black bloke

 

17,883.  I just knew I couldn’t go back to being him.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

17,884.  Nothing in this world is ever going to frighten me again.  (Gangs: UK & Robbery & Heists: UK)  ibid.

 

 

19,881.  In Britain armed robberies continued to rise.  In 1982 there were 1,772 robberies in London alone; thirty-four a week.  (Gangs: UK & Gangs: Spain & Robbery & Heists: UK)  Britain’s Underworld: Costa Del Crime 

 

 

20,279.  When they catch you, you’ll never get out.  (GBH Films & Prison & Gangs UK: London & Heists: UK)  McVicar ***** 1980 starring Roger Daltrey & Adam Faith & Cheryl Campbell & Georgina Hale & Steven Berkoff & Brian Hall & Peter Jonfield et al, director Tom Clegg

 

20,280.  You know my name.  You people gave me a fucking number.  (GBH Films & Name & Prison & Gangs UK: London & Heists: UK)  ibid.  McVicar

 

20,281.  He won’t dwell, will he?  (GBH Films & Dwell & Gangs UK: London & Heists: UK)  ibid.  gangsta

 

20,282.  Ah it’s lovely to see him.  He was dead with that twenty-three stretch.  Now he’s out juggling.  Even if he does have to be in bed by ten.  (GBH Films & Prison & Gangs: UK & Heists: UK)  ibid.  gangstas in nightclub shortly before McVicar is traded

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