East Coast Choppers: Feds Bust Car Theft Ring on Long Island

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A brazen auto theft ring stole at least 5,000 cars, mainly on Long Island, over the past five years and raked in a $20 million profit, federal authorities allege. The ring, which they called the largest on the East Coast, employed a number of unusual schemes to dispose of the cars, including stripping a car
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