Olivia Bertalan said it was George Zimmerman's wife, in fact, who helped her to identify the burglar who stole her laptop.
TMZ calls them the ‘ burglar Bunch,’ but the teenagers who allegedly stole from Paris and Lindsay are turning on each other.
Alan foolishly but typically reported the loss to the police, who did not seem much interested in “the burglar.”
It is the burglar who bears the culpability for walking through an unlocked door, not the homeowner.
In 2007, a burglar struck the Hamptons' Nevada home, and Ensign reportedly insisted the family move in with him.
Do you think that I am a burglar in her eyes, a rogue, a cheat?
What, then, is the difference between a burglar and a modern organizer of industry?
If it was a prank to carry out the rle of the burglar, it is time for it to end.
But in these days what is it that a burglar can carry away from an ordinary house?
In this way he learns to be a burglar as other boys learn to play baseball or golf.
1540s, shortened from Anglo-Latin burglator (late 13c.), earlier burgator, from Medieval Latin burgator "burglar," from burgare "to break open, commit burglary," from Latin burgus "fortress, castle," a Germanic loan-word akin to borough. The intrusive -l- is perhaps from influence of Latin latro "thief" (see larceny). The native word, Old English burgh-breche, might have influenced the word.
A person who cheats or victimizes others: Don't shop there, he's a burglar (1920s+)