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Woman held for stealing Thessaloniki cabbie's wallet

A woman has been arrested in Thessaloniki on suspicion of stealing a cab drivers wallet while in his taxi, police said on Tuesday.

The woman is alleged to have taken the wallet while the cabbie stepped out of the vehicle for a brief moment.

She then used his cash card to obtain 500 euros from an ATM.

The incident occurred on May 14.

ekathimerini.com , Tuesday May 20, 2014 (20:15)  
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