Mexico City Crime: Theft of Cellphones from pedestrians up sharply

Posted on June 22, 2017 • Filed under: Mexico, Tourist Warning

milenio.com/Ilich Valdez reported that stolen cellphone numbers increased substantially from pedestrians in Mexico City during May 2017. On an average day in Mexico City during May, 34.3 cell phones were reported stolen according to Rebeca Peralta Leon. In the first five months of 2017, nearly 5,000 phones reported stolen from pedestrians. May has been the highest month with 1,664 cellphones stolen. Read Article

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