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Crime: ‘nobody gets to the bottom of things’

Theft and extortion by mobile phone are up, according to official numbers. States’ Attorney General’s offices recorded a total of 43,696 theft complaints in January. In August, the total for the month was 48,321, more than FULL STORY The post Crime: ‘nobody gets to the bottom of things’ appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
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