Wallets Are Out, Water Is In: Thieves of 2017 Find New Focus

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In furtherance of providing you more water-related resources and information (and I love this one about water theft, a subset of non-revenue water), here’s the first paragraph of a blog post from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law Water Law Review blog:

Wallets are Out, Water is In: Thieves of 2017 Find New Focus

By Rebecca Spence (4/4/2017)

Wrenches, piping, transport trucks, and hoses. These are the tools of thieves in the American West of the Twentieth Century, and stealing televisions, cars, or wallets may not have the appeal it once did for a previous generation. Water, an increasingly in-demand resource, has replaced those quick moneymakers of yesterday as the new liquid gold quickly climbs the ranks as one of the hotbeds of theft activity across the country.

To read the full blog post view it at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law Water Law Review blog

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