Thieves Loot Thousands of Packages From Los Angeles Railway

Thieves in Los Angeles have stolen thousands of packages being transported in cargo containers on trains passing through the city, leaving behind the empty boxes and anything not valuable enough to steal.

CBS Los Angeles found a section of Union Pacific train tracks in downtown Los Angeles littered with thousands of empty boxes and leftover items that thieves deemed not valuable enough to resell, such as home COVID-19 tests and epi-pens.

CBS correspondents actually saw multiple people at the railway who appeared to be going through packages, and in one case they saw a person run away with a container of small packages. Sources told the news network that Union Pacific cleared the area about 30 days ago, having previously cleaned it three months ago.

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