Special Police Unit Seeks to Curb Thefts From Indiana RV companies

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A special police unit is seeking to curb burglaries and thefts from businesses including recreational vehicle companies in northern Indiana.

Police in the Elkhart County city of Goshen say their unit was formed to deal with such crimes in the city’s industrial areas.
The department says thefts have increased in the last few months and televisions have been removed from completed RVs and factories in factory buildings. In a recent incident, a man was arrested after the officers robbed him of the RV company Forest River.

In May, the Michigan State Police said that 17 travel fragments worth about $ 600,000 stolen from North Indiana would be rescued. In this case, investigators in LaGrange County, Indiana, launched an investigation after they reported trailer hoaxes of a few recreational vehicle makers.

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