Copper scrap worth $150,000 stolen from can manufacturer
Nov 21, 2006 | 10:57 AM
| Michael Marley
Thieves have taken between 20 and 25 tons of copper scrap from a Silgan Containers Corp. can manufacturing plant in California.
Stanislaus County Police said the theft occurred late Saturday or early Sunday at the container plant in Riverbank, a small town about 70 miles east of San Francisco. A company spokeswoman estimated the loss at $150,000.....
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