The great New Zealand robbery : the
extraordinary true story of how
gangsters pulled off our most audacious
Bainbridge, Scott, 1969-
Allen & Unwin, Auckland
||282 p.,  p. of plates : ill., ports., plates ; 24 cm.
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"In the dead of the night, robbers broke
into the commission building and made
off with an audacious loot equivalent to
almost$1million today. The heist, which
eventually came to be known as the
Waterfront Payroll Robbery, was executed
with military precision nobody saw a
thing, there was no violence, and the
robbers left nothing but a smoking
office and an empty safe behind them.
The crime was pinned on small-time crook
Trevor Nash in a trial that went
relatively unnoticed. It wasn't until
four years later, when Nash made a
brazen prison-escape attempt, that he
rose to notoriety as a kind of
anti-establishment hero - a man..."
Theft New Zealand.
Criminal investigation New Zealand.
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