How Canada’s car theft crisis is playing out in Edmonton

From CBC News.

More than 4,700 vehicles were reported stolen to Edmonton police last year. Organized criminals are taking them, then shipping them overseas for profit. Edmonton police Deputy Chief Devin Laforce spoke to CBC’s Mark Connolly about auto theft in the city, and what can be done to prevent it.

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