Maybe you can sell the metal as scrap? Like how people steal and sell copper pipes? Just a thought.
It seems that there has been a rash of these types of crimes across the U.S. in recent months, and sfincher is right, it’s for selling the metal as scrap. There are copper wires in the tracks, and this is most likely what the thieves are after. Copper can be sold for fairly good rates as scrap.
Metal prices are increasing, and railroad tracks are often unsupervised, allowing theives extract metal without consequence.
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