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Metal Pricing Impacts Theft Risk

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Eldredge
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Metal theft
Eldredge   6/12/2014 8:45:11 PM
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Theft of copper and other valuable metals is also commonplace in neighborhoods. Theives will break in to condemned or abandoned homes to steal copper piping or electrical wiring. I heard of some enterprising people who tried to steal a large spool of heavy copper wire form a utility company.



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