LIRR workers charged in copper-theft scheme

Fifteen Long Island Rail Road employees, and two

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Fifteen Long Island Rail Road employees, and two who didn't work for the railroad, were accused by Nassau County prosecutors of stealing more than $250,000 in copper wire from the LIRR and selling it for scrap. Videojournalist: Jim Staubitser (Jan. 25, 2013)

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