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Anchorage Changes Car Locks Following Fleet Shop Break-in

May 09, 2016

The City of Anchorage, Alaska will spend $131,000 to change locks on fleet vehicles following a break-in at its fleet services building, KTUU reported.

Two sets of keys for parks and recreation vehicles were taken and have since been recovered. However, officials are taking the precautionary effort to change locks on city cars due to a spike in property crime and auto theft across the city.

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