Railroad thefts and guns: A deadly mix in Chicago
(Source: Associated Press, March 3, 2017)
CHICAGO — When street-gang thieves slipped with ease into a Norfolk Southern rail yard on Chicago's South Side and ripped locks off one train, they likely expected to see merchandise like toys or tennis shoes. What they beheld instead was a gangster's jackpot: box after box of brand new guns. Residents near the yard are angry the multibillion-dollar railroad isn't doing more to stop the thefts.
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Friday, March 3, 2017
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