Albuqueruqe ranked #8 on list of retail theft “hot spots”

It’s hardly surprising to anyone who follows the news and has seen stores such as Wal Mart, CVS, and Allsups shut their doors along Central that Albuquerque would find itself on a “bad list” when it comes to shoplifting. Data from the National Retail Federation confirm that assessment with a lousy #8 out of the 11 worst cities.

All of the cities ranked with the exception of Miami are governed by Democrats. Miami and Houston are both in “red” states. Only Sacramento has a smaller population than Albuquerque. 

If Albuquerque is going to ever be a great place to live it’s citizens and politicians must make crime and fighting retail theft a priority. Ending “free” bus service would be a step in that direction.

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One Reply to “Albuqueruqe ranked #8 on list of retail theft “hot spots””

  1. You have got to be kidding me I blame the government .why well think about they give people all this money and then stop it unemployment,stimulus checks and who knows what else and the inflation goes sky high pepl can’t afford it when you 20 dollars more on your check but everything else way more than that my rent is so high I’m not sure about it but I just might be homeless again because I can’t afford it anymore so don’t blame the people there doing what they have to do for there kids wife/husband and some for there parents also hell I thought about doing some of these things my self but I grew up and I sure don’t like jail so blame are government not us we deserve to have a decent life so if it comes to stealing well so it will be .but I don’t want to do it but I will if I have to .Mike Albuquerque NM

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