UPPER MERION TOWNSHIP, PA— In the first week of August the Upper Merion Police Department announced six cars were stolen in July, making the total for the years to date 16, one less than this time in 2012.
Two of the vehicles were recovered, police said, but no arrests have been made.
Many stolen cars are taken out for joy rides are later recovered, but some are sold for parts or all over the globe to be sold.
“There is a more organized element to it, though not like an organized crime mafia like you may think of,” said Detective Robert Pilcicki of the Upper Merion Police Department and the Pennsylvania State Auto Theft Task Force.
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