So you thought your reckless youth shoplifting Cover Girl from the mall made you a badass? Think again: a jeans-and-hoodie-clad girl, estimated to be around 12 years old, helped three adults snake a $4.6 million diamond necklace from a Hong Kong jewelry store.
Amaury Villa and Amed Villa, two brothers from Cuba, have been arrested for stealing $80 million worth of pharmaceutical drugs in Connecticut in a sophisticated scheme that evokes The Italian Job and Ocean's 11. It's the largest pharmaceutical drug heist in history, and it was all brought down because one of the…
Your morning commute is trying enough without having to muscle a huge bag along with you. The Nhill Heist from Crumpler holds everything you need without getting in the way.
The treasure was kept mostly in two wooden chests, and locked away in a bank vault: thousands of coins, jewelry and figurines, some around 2,600 years old. For decades it sat in the bank, unattended despite the historical and monetary value. Then, as a popular uprising erupted around the downtown bank last winter,…
A group of brazen and possibly lucky thieves made off with $1.2 million worth of Western Digital hard drives. The master plan behind their daring heist? They just got in the delivery truck and drove it away. Someone's getting fired!
Click to viewLast September, masked bank robbers landed a helicopter on a Swedish bank, broke in through a glass pyramid and set off some explosions before hoisting up on rope lines and flying away with millions of dollars. And here's the video!
In 2002, rogue NASA interns stole millions of dollars in moon rocks. This is the untold story of how they did it.
A gang of European blokes just landed in gaol after trying to steal over $300 million in what would've been the greatest techno-heist in history. What stopped them? A remarkable string of amazingly stupid decisions.
As some of your intrepid Gizmodo editors walked the aisles of last month's National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention in Las Vegas, little did we know that there were thieves afoot. Even though there were over 100,000 people there, right under all our noses was a series of big-ticket heists underway.