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ALBUQUERQUE, NM— Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas and Mayor Tim Keller announced the Organized Retail Crime Task Force successfully executed the latest in a series of operations initiated to disrupt retail crime in the state of New Mexico and dismantle these criminal enterprises, which cumulatively cost legitimate retailers upwards of a billion dollars a year. Over the course of the last week dozens of officers and investigators participated in Operation “Steal Back the City,” a proactive multi-agency undertaking focused on catching criminals in the act of committing retail crimes and apprehending prolific retail crime fugitives.

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