False Keys


FALSE KEYS include:
1. picklocks or similar tools,
2. genuine keys stolen from the owner; and
3. any key other than those intended by owner for use in the lock
   forcibly opened by the offender.

Possession of false keys in paragraphs (1) and (2) above is not

If the key was entrusted to the offender and he used it to steal,
crime is not robbery but theft.


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