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Dom Littlewood looks at clever new ways that the police and the public are catching crooks red handed.
Dominic Littlewood returns to reveal more of the innovative methods that police officers and members of the public are using to catch criminals in the act. A neighbourly dispute gets out of hand, a shop worker fears for his life when two violent men burst in, and a thief goes into a pet shop and steals a puppy.
Two burglars break into a house but get more than they bargain for. A man steals a computer tablet but gets rumbled by a pawnbroker, and a robber suffers a wardrobe malfunction.
A series of robberies in Bradford spread fear through the city. Meanwhile, a shopkeeper fights back when an armed gunman enters his store.
How a pair of fake registration plates on a getaway car helped a detective to solve a series of robberies. Plus, footage of a supermarket cashier standing up to armed robbers.
Dominic Littlewood reveals how the police and the public are using CCTV evidence and technology to catch criminals in the act. Here, a shop owner, recently burgled, is convinced she knows the thief's identity - but now she has to prove it. Plus, RSPCA investigators are called upon to assist when pet rabbits are seen being thrown into a hedge.
Two shop owners are subjected to a torrent of racist abuse by drunken men, and a pub landlord's son rushes into the premises when the burglar alarm goes off.
Dominic Littlewood presents the stories of a student who intervened to stop a thief getting away and a crook who stole a large TV, but only brought a small getaway car.
A TV journalist investigates a crime story very close to home, when he suspects a carer is stealing from his own mother. Presented by Dominic Littlewood.
The stories of a couple of mechanics who saved the day when a thief followed an elderly man into his home and an intruder caught CCTV sneaking over a blind man's garden wall.
The burglar who found he had taken on a whole posse of local crime-busting shopkeepers. Plus, the thief whose distinctive pair of trousers proved to be his undoing.
A blind busker is robbed of his day's takings, a hotel receptionist puts an armed robber in his place, and a helpful neighbour gives police a live commentary on a break-in.
A medical student turns detective to track down the driver who has left him for dead in a hit and run. Also a sweet-toothed burglar is tempted by a slab of fudge. And a wildlife camera catches some unusual nocturnal activity – burglars!
A window cleaner is in the frame when money goes missing from an elderly woman with dementia. Also, a bleary eyed burglar falls asleep at the scene of his crime, and a pub landlord catches a rogue traffic warden pocketing his valid parking ticket.
A retiree is duped on his own doorstep by a master scammer. Also, a shopkeeper grapples a gun from the hands of an armed robber. And a fraudster slips up when he tries to claim compensation after a fall.
A taxi driver is held at knifepoint and an elderly woman is carjacked by the same man, but a tenacious detective is on his trail. And a young man supporting the hospice where his mum spent her last days is horrified when a thief steals one of their charity tins.
A jeweller refuses to budge even though he's looking down the barrel of a gun, a break-in at a theatre means the opening night is in jeopardy, and a pair of pet pilferers steal a tortoise from a zoo.
Detectives follow a trail of blood that leads to an elusive thief, and fraudsters con their victims out of thousands in a home improvement scam.
A PCSO takes down a prolific thief after a dramatic bicycle pursuit, and a detective in Wales ends the 15-year crime campaign of two old school burglars.
A mum fears for her life as two men armed with an axe make their way towards her room, and a burglar suffers a sartorial slip-up when his clothes are recognised by police.
Determined sisters set up a camera to uncover who is stealing from their Gran, burglars leave clues amidst the chaos caused when they ransack a jewellers, and a trio of fly-tippers dump themselves right in it.
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