Theft of electronic devices fuels Chicago Transit Authority robberies
CHICAGO — A published report says theft of electronic devices fueled a recent uptick in robberies and thefts aboard Chicago Transit Authority buses and trains.
The Chicago Tribune analyzed crime data from 2009 through 2011.
The newspaper reported that thefts were the No. 1 reported crime, a number that went up 42 percent in those years. The second most common crime was robberies, which usually involve force.
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