Safe crackers Google for instructions

Wednesday, 11 July 2007, 12:15 AM EST

Two burglars had door keys, pass codes and combinations to help them break the safes at an indoor amusement center, but they had to turn to Google for help to steal their loot.

First, the burglars, dressed in black and with their faces covered, tried to disable a security camera by repeatedly spraying it with WD-40, only to have the lubricant clean the lens instead of obscure it, police detective Chuck Ackerman said. They also sprayed a fire alarm, thinking it was a camera, he said.

At The Denver Channel.

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