WASHINGTON -- The security of supermarket safes and automated teller machines is under greater scrutiny following a string of burglaries on the East Coast and in the Midwest that began three years ago. Authorities in those regions have made a number of arrests over that period, and the crimes are linked to safecrackers from the southern part of Europe, specifically Albania and the former Yugoslavia. Close to 200 burglaries in 15 states have been attributed to the gangs over the past three ...

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