ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) — The St. Louis Metropolis Board of Aldermen committee will take one other step to fight automobile break-ins and thefts.
Throughout Tuesday’s public security assembly, the committee will talk about a invoice that might require security measures at parking heaps. A few of these security measures embody insurance coverage, fencing, lighting and safety. Lately, a number of Blues followers discovered their vehicles broken and burglarized once they left a sport on the Enterprise Middle.
Automotive break-ins are on the rise throughout the area — whether or not its breaking into the automobile or taking components from beneath. In comparison with final 12 months, catalytic converter thefts are up 289 % in St. Louis County. Automotive break-ins are up 10 % and whereas the variety of stolen automobiles decreased barely. There have been nonetheless 117 automobiles stolen final month.
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