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Although "the callous thieves attempted to cover their tracks by stealing the equipment", officers were still able to download and secure the footage from a central database.
DETECTIVES believe an MI6 spy found dead in a padlocked bag was killed by agents who broke back into his flat after the body was found to cover their tracks.
MURDERERS who battered their victim unconscious then torched his flat to try to cover their tracks have been jailed for life.
GERMANY: Robbers dug a 100-foot tunnel into the safe deposit room of a Berlin bank, inset, and escaped with their haul, starting a fire as they left to cover their tracks.
To cover their tracks, the perpetrators covered the storefront with a fabric of the same colour as the shop's sign, allowing them to steal the goods incognito.
Five former Toronto police drug squad officers who were accused of beating and robbing suspects of drugs and large sums of money will go on trial Monday, accused of a conspiracy in which they allegedly falsified official police records to cover their tracks.
What the boys really should have been doing is coming up with a way to cover their tracks, because it isn't long before the police come calling.
The thieves tried to cover their tracks by putting bin liners over the CCTV cameras but failed and were photographed anyway.
The gang went to great lengths to cover their tracks, wearing gloves and balaclavas and dousing everything they touched in disinfectant.
that several devout Christians on the Dover board, "who so staunchly and proudly touted their religious convictions in public, would time and time again lie to cover their tracks and the real purpose behind the ID Policy.
The government postponed action on climate destabilization and tried to cover their tracks with a wishy-washy anti-pollution program.
Can closeted gay employees cover their tracks at work?
Complicit employees may attempt to cover their tracks by deleting incriminating evidence and can wreak havoc on information systems in a matter of seconds.
The Christmas break and Bank Holiday offers the perfect opportunity for thieves to cover their tracks because fewer staff are in the office, the research suggested.
The third is where fraudsters work alone to produce paperwork to cover their tracks.