Angeles-area law-enforcement officers have broken a ring of truck-cargo
thieves in California, The Los Angeles Daily News reported.
Police contend the group is responsible for the thefts of several
tractor-trailers and their cargo.
men were arrested March 11 after city police, county officials and
state agents, who had kept the pair under surveillance, observed
them unloading stolen cargo in broad daylight. The officers recovered
roughly $1.5 million worth of stolen cargo, including auto parts
and custom cabinets.
have questioned two other people in the case and are pursuing other
people alleged to be members of the theft ring in California, the
newspaper reported. The two men who were arrested were not identified.