St. Louis Car Theft Project Targets Life Quality

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About once every half hour, a vehicle is stolen in St. Louis. Thousands of people are inconvenienced. Innocent people are hurt, occasionally killed, and police are scrambling to reverse the trend, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch says. The city expects its lowest murder total in 41 years in 2003, but car thieves continue to erode the
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