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Panel aims to thwart copper thefts (access required)

The Arizona Copper Theft Committee was forged out of pure necessity. In Coolidge, farmers, business owners and private citizens noticed they were being victimized by copper thieves. Even the Little League field was hit. The current upswing in copper theft could be a result of record prices earlier last year for the metal, prices that continue to ...

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