Assuming that Jesus existed as the bible describes, and assuming those 4 "facts" (I agree with neither assumption, but will go along with them here for the sake of argument), then not only would a stolen body fit all 4 criteria, as suggested by Crocoduck, but so would a crucified Jesus who wasn't actually dead.
History is littered with stories of people being mistakenly buried alive and/or rising from the "dead" hours or days after they were buried. That's where we get the origin for many of the stories about vampires, zombies, ghosts, etc. Yet all of these accounts get passed off as the person never being fully dead in the first place. What makes the Jesus story so special? The spear in the side? Please. There is no account of checking for breathing or pulse. The crucifixion lasted a suspiciously short amount of time (compared to the days that they usually lasted). And John's story (the most fantastical of the bunch) is the only one which mentions the spear.
So using these 4 claims that you're trying to pass off as facts, we have now come up with 2 scenarios that explain things in a much more plausible manner than resurrection.