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Trains in downtown Los Angeles were looted by thieves: “Amazon packages, UPS boxes, unused Covid tests”

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In downtown Los Angeles, thieves are digging up train loads, resulting in garbage dumps.

CBS 2 Los Angeles photojournalist John Schreiber visited the train tracks in Los Angeles’s Lincoln Heights neighborhood and found “apparently looted containers,” including “Amazon cash registers, UPS boxes, unused Covid tests. , fishing lure, epi pens, ”he said in a tweet on Thursday.

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Local law enforcement officials told Schreiber that UPS bags are popular among “thieves who open cargo containers” because “they are often full of boxes set up for residential addresses,” he said.

According to its website, Union cific, a railroad company that owns the railways, has its own police department with primary jurisdiction over railway crimes.

“The Union cific is very concerned about the increase in cargo theft in California and we have taken a number of steps to address this criminal activity,” a Union cific spokesman told Acesparks in a statement. “These rail crimes pose a serious security threat to the public, our employees and local law enforcement officers.”

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The spokesperson continued: “We have increased the number of Union special agents on trolls and we have used and learned additional technologies to help combat this criminal activity. We also have local law enforcement officers and elected leaders. We will continue to work with. “

CBSLA following the two back to their owners, they said they would return the items to Amazon.

According to the source, the last cleanups of the Union cific took place about a month ago and three months ago.

The issue of railways, which are in poor condition in general, is nothing new for the city. Los Angeles Councilman Joe Buscaino, a representative of the 15th District of Southwest Lincoln Heights resolution In February 2021, the Union declared the cific railways to be a public nuisance, which will allow city workers to help clean up the roads.

“The presence of homeless camps, illegal abandonment, graffiti and overgrown weeds and plants under Union cific law is a nuisance to society and needs to be reduced,” the resolution said.

A year later, it is unknown where the resolution is.

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