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Thousands of unopened Amazon and UPS packages stolen from cargo containers on trains outside LA depot

Union Pacific has since increased their security presence to crack down on looting crimes

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Shocking aerial photos have captured the debris of a thousand shredded packages along a California railway that were left behind in the midst of a cargo looting crisis.

The Los Angeles area has continued to see a rising trend in thieves looting from cargo containers carrying valuable items on Union Pacific tracks from companies including Amazon, REI and UPS that were bound for West Coast residences.

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