Greater São Paulo Area Sees Surge in Thefts and Robberies

By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - According to a government report issued yesterday (April 24th), theft in the greater São Paulo area, excluding the capital city, increased by 24.07 percent, which increased from 5,323 to 6,604 in the comparison between the months of March, between this year and last year.

Theft in the state of São Paulo increased by 3.6 percent in March, compared to the same month of 2014 . . .

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