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Copper thieves tie up rail line to Rome's Fiumicino airport

Two trains cancelled, 28 more delayed

Copper thieves tie up rail line to Rome's Fiumicino airport

Rome, February 26 - Copper thieves snipped cables and disrupted rail service to Rome's major international airport on Tuesday. Two express trains to Fiumicino airport were cancelled while another eight were delayed by up to 25 minutes. Some 20 regional trains also suffered sizeable delays. Copper heists along rail lines in the Lazio region of Rome numbered around 200 in 2012, costing 1.5 million euros in damage and tying up 1800 trains.

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