Police publish secret codes used by thieves and burglars

Chengdu,Secret codes of thieves

In December, 2011, Chengdu police made public 17 secret codes and symbols used by local thieves and burglars. Police remind residents to take notice of such symbols and codes, erase the symbols and call the police as soon as they see the symbols.

The meaning of the symbols and secret codes are listed below:Left from top to bottom: 计划行动:Plan operation 有四五间房子可偷:4-5 units that can be thieved 很有钱:Very wealthy 危险,...   Full Story

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