Brownsville Police: Number of Pickup Trucks Reported Stolen Increasing
BROWNSVILLE – The number of pickup trucks being stolen in Brownsville is increasing.
We’re told locally organized groups are completing this task and making these deliveries to cartels.
The Brownsville Police Department’s Public Information Officer, J.J. Trevino, explains emergency phones were ringing off the hook last month.
He explains in one day, three American-made pickup trucks were reported stolen.
Over the next two weeks following that night, 10 more trucks were reported stolen.
Surveillance footage caught the trucks being crossed into Mexico.
KRGV’s Trason Bragg spoke with the owner of a car lot who explains how this could affect his business.
Watch the video above for the full story.
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