A thief has burglarized the most unlikely place, the headquarters of the Cleveland police.Value of that plaque: Approximately $225. Bragging rights for the thieves: Priceless.
The bandit selected the ultimate prize for insulting the very notion of justice: a bronze plaque picturing the man who may be the city's best crime-fighter of all time and certainly the city’s most widely known lawman: Eliot Ness.
Ness made his name in Prohibition-era Chicago by successfully prosecuting notorious gangster Al “Scarface” Capone in 1931.
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