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A crash helmet was also identified as containing the DNA of one of the defendants.During this pursuit, one of the suspects discarded a mobile phone which contained correspondence about the attacks, including text messages about weapons they planned to use.

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For their part, telcos say they are working on finding more preventative measures, such as extra layers of security.Moped gang: (top row left to right) Chris Costi, Bobby Kennedy, Alfie Kennedy, Adam Atallah, Dylan Castano-Lopez, (bottom row left to right) Courtney White, Mominur Rahman, Mohammed Anwar Hussain, Chang Mabiala and Mohammed Imran Ali (Picutre: PA) CCTV of a moped gang smashing their way into a mobile phone shop in a spree of raids has been released by police.The group, armed with hammers, knives, angle grinders and a battering ram, carried out 17 burglaries in stores across east and north London, according to the Metropolitan Police.We are affordable and have been in business for over 16 years.We offer only the most kinky girls, teens, mommy sluts, milf and mature ladies around.Professor David Lacey is the managing director of the organisation and professor of cyber security at the University of the Sunshine Coast.

He says the criminals are staying a step ahead of the authorities."It's certainly organised, and in some cases so organised that crims know people are travelling overseas, know that they're not using their phone and are porting their phone before they're landing," he said.

Last week somebody successfully ported my number — while I was on the phone to Telstra telling them it was happening.

What ensued was a sleepless night wondering where my number had gone, what was being done with it and what the ultimate cost was going to be to me.

Essentially, somebody convinces your telco they are you and has your number sent elsewhere, potentially giving them access to your personal details, such as bank accounts.

In the last 12 months cyber criminals have fleeced more than $5.8 million from the bank accounts of unsuspecting Australians.

It costs the Australian economy $2.2 billion a year.