A CargoNet survey of cargo theft activity in the United States last year shows a 17 percent increase in the number of cargo thefts reported in 2010.
Cargo worth an estimated $3 million has been stolen in the last month at the airport, FreightWatch said.
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FreightWatch said 974 cargo theft incidents were recorded last year, with an average value of $319,000 per theft incident.
Detectives discovered a warehouse containing stolen cargo of consumer goods in the San Fernando Valley.
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Fraudulent pickups of freight are increasing in California and other states.
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