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Los Angeles Has Seen Spike In Stolen Cars Since Coronavirus Pandemic Began

CBS Los Angeles-


The city of Los Angeles has seen a serous spike in stolen cars since the coronavirus pandemic began, according to a report released Monday.

5,744 car thefts were reported to Los Angeles police in the second quarter of 2020, which is the three-month period of April through July, based on data collected by the USC Annenberg School of Journalism’s nonprofit group Crosstown.

That is the highest number of stolen cars for any single quarter since the LAPD began making the statistic public in 2010, according to Crosstown’s report released Monday.

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