More Scrap Thieves

Posted: September 12, 2014 in Uncategorized

We’ve written several blogs about the unfortunate act of stealing scrap metal in order to make a profit at local (and even non-local) scrap yards.  It appears as though the two men in the article have reached an all time low (or high) when trying their best to steal copper from a church in Delaware.  …Yes, you read that correctly: These two men were stealing scrap from a CHURCH!

Thankfully, the Lord does have a tendency to work in mysterious ways (that) and the two burglars appeared to lack anything higher than a Kindergarten education. The culprits were arrested shortly after the police officers found them hiding in the church’s air ducts.

Don’t believe us?  Check out the article here: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/09/10/police-found-something-entirely-unexpected-inside-churchs-hvac-ducts/

Long article short, we can’t stress enough the importance of bringing in honest scrap. We take our jobs at Upstate Metal Recycling very seriously and are fully aware of the amount of stolen scrap that floats around the Fort Wayne and other surrounding areas.

At Upstate Metal Recycling we take great pride in taking your collected scrap metal to help avoid your recyclable waste ending up in a landfill. If you’re interested in recycling your own scrap, bring it to Upstate! We’ll recycle your scrap while giving you the best price in exchange! Upstate Metal Recycling will take your car batteries, steel, aluminum, brass, copper, electric wire, cars, shingles, etc. You can even ‘Like’ them on Facebook for a coupon on your next visit to the yard.

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