Australian Crime Stories 6 March 2022: ‘The Chinese Takeaway’ on Nine
The Chinese Takeaway – This is one of Australia’s most infamous bank robberies. In 1988, thieves broke into a bank in Chinatown, Sydney, from a neighbouring building and escaped with gold bars, rare coins, jewellery, and bundles of cash. In a world exclusive, we name the mastermind who got away with the loot and answer the big question that has long lingered. Was this an inside job?
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We examine some of Australia’s most captivating and inexplicable crimes, peeling back the layers to reveal the secrets and hidden hatreds that are at the heart of all true crime.
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