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* Gina from ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'' apparently has a habit of swiping objects and Terry has to specifically task Rosa to keep an eye on Gina when they visit Holt's house. Unfortunately, she'd already stuffed her bag full of loot.


* The Nac Mac Feegle are an entire race of people with a deep and abiding love of stealing (and drinking, and fighting, preferably all at the same time). Fittingly, the "Big Man" of the main Feegle clan in the Tiffany Aching series is Rob Anybody, which seems to be as much a description as a name.

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* ** The Nac Mac Feegle are an entire race of people with a deep and abiding love of stealing (and drinking, and fighting, preferably all at the same time). Fittingly, the "Big Man" of the main Feegle clan in the Tiffany Aching series is Rob Anybody, which seems to be as much a description as a name.

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* The Nac Mac Feegle are an entire race of people with a deep and abiding love of stealing (and drinking, and fighting, preferably all at the same time). Fittingly, the "Big Man" of the main Feegle clan in the Tiffany Aching series is Rob Anybody, which seems to be as much a description as a name.

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* ''Literature/EndlingTheLast'': Renzo is a skilled thief, and tends to loot as the group travels, to Khara's displeasure.

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* ''Series/EerieIndiana'': In both "Mr. Chaney" and "Zombies in P.J.s", Dash X can be seen at the World O' Stuff shoplifting a trench coat's worth.

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* Franchise/WonderWoman villain Byrna Brilyant, otherwise known as "Blue Snowman", is a MadScientist with a twist; nearly all of her impressive tech started out as stolen from other scientists or laboratories where it was iether left aside unfinished until she took an intrest, had potential for use in her schemes with a few tweaks or was just a project she was curious about.


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* Ox and Wedgehead from ''Toys/{{Uglydolls}}'' are compulsive thieves with the tendency to "borrow" from others without the intent of returning. They claim it's their magic trick of turning your stuff into their stuff.
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* Drivena steals everything from a seemingly worthless amulet to a pen from the police station in ''WebSerialNovel/AegerothACheckeredHistory''.

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* Drivena steals everything from a seemingly worthless amulet to a pen from the police station in ''WebSerialNovel/AegerothACheckeredHistory''.''Literature/AegerothACheckeredHistory''.

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* The Piskies in ''TabletopGame/ChangelingTheDreaming '' arenít exactly thieves, but items of great value somehow always end up in their pockets. When a piskey sees something she desires, she canít help but swipe it, often without consciously making the decision to do so.


* Dijon from ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''. While a common thief otherwise, also seems to suffer from kleptomania, unable to resist stealing even when not intending to, including stealing worthless junk like old shoes.

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* Dijon from ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''.''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987''. While a common thief otherwise, also seems to suffer from kleptomania, unable to resist stealing even when not intending to, including stealing worthless junk like old shoes.


* ''VideoGames/MoshiMonsters'': Zigzagged. Tiki the toucan tends to steal objects with the intention of just borrowing them but neglecting to return them. Baz Barnacle takes things from his cousin Buck and sells them, but as far as he's concerned, he's just borrowing them. Raffles the Sneaky Tealeaf steals objects a lot but he always gives them back.

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* ''VideoGames/MoshiMonsters'': ''VideoGame/MoshiMonsters'': Zigzagged. Tiki the toucan tends to steal objects with the intention of just borrowing them but neglecting to return them. Baz Barnacle takes things from his cousin Buck and sells them, but as far as he's concerned, he's just borrowing them. Raffles the Sneaky Tealeaf steals objects a lot but he always gives them back.

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* In Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Film/{{Descendants}}'', this is a habit [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]] has raised his son Jay to have. At several points in the movie, we see him unloading various trinkets he's nicked, including phones, jewellery, wallets, even an entire laptop. At one point, he steals the hood ornament off of a limousine. When asked about it, he says: "it's like buying everything I want... except it's free."


* Magpies. Most other members of the corvid family including crows and ravens are similarly known for stealing [[DistractedByTheShiny shiny things]].

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* Magpies. Most other members of the corvid family including crows and ravens are similarly known for stealing [[DistractedByTheShiny A common misconception is that [[ThievingMagpie magpies]] steal shiny things]].objects to line their nests, though studies seem to show that they have no attraction to shiny things and are actually nervous of them since they are unfamiliar and may pose a threat.


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