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* Copper Thieves Targeting Sunnyvale

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Copper thieves have targeted the City of Sunnyvale in recent months, stealing more than 16,000 feet of wire valued at more than $21,000, officials said this week. The rash of wire thefts began in early November, and Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety investigators say the suspects have filched the wire mostly from commercial areas. The thefts have occurred around Persian Drive and Borregas, Weddel and Morse avenues, among other areas, officials said.

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