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Stolen Amtrak wire turns up in recycling yard

Posted on June 27, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO — Investigators who raided seven scrap-metal recycling yards in Contra Costa County turned up wires belonging to AT&T, cables from Amtrak and a metal ramp stolen from a local freeway project, officials said Wednesday.

Prosecutors will decide whether to file criminal charges or seek civil penalties against the recyclers, reported The San Francisco Chronicle. For the full story, click here.

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