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Dark Side Last Updated: Nov 23, 2018 - 1:48:18 PM


Boston: Members of Midget Crime Gang Suspected of 55 Break-ins
By Boston Chronicle, 22/11/18
Nov 23, 2018 - 1:47:12 PM

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Three members of the so-called Irish mob midgets, a Boston-based criminal organization composed of people of short stature, have been arrested this morning reports the Boston Chronicle.

Security camera footage show the three suspects during a home break-in in which the intruders entered the house through the pet door.

Authorities also believe the crime organization could be behind 55 other similar break-ins in the region.

” They found a criminal use to their small-sized bodies and used them to break-in through chimneys, pet doors and small open windows ”
– Officer Ken Stevens, Boston PD

According to the Boston Police Department, the perpetrators crawled through pet doors, chimneys and small open windows to burglarize many homes in the area

Although the Irish mob midgets officially describe themselves as a “non-profit motorcycle enthusiast group for small people of the Boston area”, several high-profile members of the organization have been arrested in the past years on charges of drug-trafficking, arson, and aggravated assault.


Source:Ocnus.net 2018

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