No? That’s the premise of Charles Stross’s hard-science Halting State, where virtual characters rob a virtual bank for millions of not-virtual dollars, and no one has any idea how to solve the crime. It’s fast-paced, seriously smart, and filled with more Scottish that you usually get in science fiction.
Charles Stross is endlessly inventive and smarter than I am, so I had a little trouble following some of the complex near-future technology and financial discussions about the finer points of the orc robbery. The characters were fun to follow, if not fully three-dimensional.
Recommendation: Read it, but maybe not when you’re tired, or some of the explanations might require several rereadings.