ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 03, 1972
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(Studio) FBI crime statistics show 6% increase in 1971, smallest rise in 6 years Rural crime up 10%, however, while urban up only 3%.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Stockbridge, Massachusetts) Stockbridge, as immortalized by Norman Rockwell, appears untouched by world around it. But crime had doubled in 10 years in small towns such as this. Burglary of weekend and summer homes is maim crime. [Stockbridge Police Chief, William OBAHHEIN - describes problem.] New antiburglar devices demonstrated.
REPORTER: David Snell
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