Heist Game Online - Play Free Fun Action Internet Games
You're a thief, but not just any thief, the best thief ever. Venture out on heist missions battle against police use weapons and perform many upgrades. The driving part in this game reminds a lot of hte classic game Spy Hunter. Have fun!
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How to Play Heist Game
Use mouse to navigate the menus. Use the arrow keys to play. Use spacebar to activate your weapon. Esc. key to pause the game.
The Greatest Heists in History
We have a strange history of idolizing criminal masterminds. Even thieves who don't necessarily share their robbed riches with the poor still seem to retain the adoration of fans who live vicariously through their daring escapades. According to mic.com history has taught us that no matter how big the trap, there's always a sneaky mouse willing to steal the cheese. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist took place in Boston, 1991. Two thieves dressed as Boston police officers entered the museum and stole 13 works of art. The missing pieces include a Rembrandt, Manet, and a few by Degas, estimated at $500 million total. This is one of the greater unsolved mysteries in American crime. In 2010, a team of robbers, The French Bank Vault Tunnelers, used sophisticated and unknown tools to borrow underground and into a Parisian bank's vaults where they proceeded to rob over 100 safety deposit boxes. The value of the stolen items cannot be known, as wealthy clients confidentially managed their containers. A favorite among conspiracy theorists, D.B. Cooper performed the only unsolved air piracy act in American history. In 1971, the unidentified man - known by his common epithet - hijacked a Boeing 727, extorted $200,000 and then leaped out of the plane with the money somewhere between Portland and Seattle. Despite years of searches, and an ongoing FBI investigation, neither the body or money have ever been recovered.
Heist of the Century
The Antwerp Diamond Heist in 2003 is considered the 'Heist of the Century'. Large quantities of gold, diamonds and jewelry was stolen from the Antwerp diamond center. The estimated worth of the missing items was more than $100 million. More than 123 out of 160 safe-deposit boxes were forced open, each of which was made of steel and had a unique key/combination lock. Leonardo Notarbartolo orchestrated the robbery, and lived beside the diamond center for three years prior to the crime. As part of his sophisticated ruse, Leonardo posed as an Italian diamond merchant in order to gain credibility at the center. Leonardo ended up being arrested, though his entire crew got away.