News Tagged With: public-transit-theft
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June 25, 2012

NYC Transit urges subway riders to safeguard belongings

New posters urge riders to keep a close watch over personal electronic devices, particularly when seated or standing near doors.


March 20, 2012

WMATA workers plead guilty to stealing $445K

The two men stole the money from subway fare machines in Virginia, Maryland and Washington to buy lottery tickets.


November 2, 2011

Theft of handheld electronics on public transit rising

NYCT reports subway crime has risen 17 percent so far in 2011, with about 1,000 riders the victims of larceny. The Apple iPhone is listed as the most popular item to be stolen.


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