Insurance Journal - On average, 23 cars are stolen — or almost one car per hour — every day in Minnesota, state officials say. Nearly 8,400 vehicles were stolen in Minnesota in 2010 alone, totaling more than $21.3 million in stolen value, the Minnesota Department of Commerce reports. Still, a partnership between the commerce department and local law enforcement agencies has contributed to a significant decline in incidents of auto theft over the past seven years. - Go To Story
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