I remember a series of NYC subway posters and newspaper ads that ran a long time ago. They showed nice CLEAR blowups of bank robbers. It said, “To the person who robbed the XXX branch on Xday at XX:XX, Please come in, your pictures are ready.” -- Tiffany’s also left a very nice 'To whom it may concern' letter in one of their 57th street windows after someone attempted to shoot the glass and snatch the jewelry in it one night. Tiffany’s expressed their sincere regrets to the robber for the disappointment as their windows are strong enough to withstand explosions, and that the XX caliber that robber used was wholly insufficient. They also took the liberty to advise the robber that perhaps their efforts might be more productive in a non-larcenous endeavor as clearly robbery was not their area of strength. The window had a few small cracks on it’s surface, which then made it clear that the window was several inches thick despite being crystal clear. The note was leaning against the diamond necklace which had been left in the window despite it being cracked.