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What's The Most Complex Crime You've Ever Heard Of?

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True crime is all the more compelling when criminals put a lot of heart and soul into their plans — and some crooks really pay attention to detail.

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Perhaps you've heard of the criminals who dug a 40-foot underground tunnel, complete with indoor lighting, to try to sneakily rob a Blockbuster in England in 2007.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blockbuster_LLC#/media/File:Blockbuster_Hobart_Australia.jpg
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shovel#/media/File:Aa_shovel01.jpg

They were caught right before their plan went into full effect.

Maybe you know about the tech executive who ripped off Target stores for a year to buy discounted LEGOs, and made a $30,000 profit from them on eBay.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/05/lego-bar-code-scam-thomas-langenbach.html
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lego#/media/File:Lego_Color_Bricks.jpg

The dude made millions of dollars at work — what was the point?

Or perhaps you've heard of the guy who tried to blackmail Nestlé into giving him millions by sending ransom letters via carrier pigeons.

Nestlé
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domestic_pigeon#/media/File:Domestic_Pigeon_Flock.jpg

How did you get ahold of all those pigeons, pal?!?!

Some crimes are so carefully crafted that they're fascinating, so tell us: What's the most complex crime you've ever heard of?

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