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Eye On America ( Airline Baggage Theft) #344860

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 15, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Roberta Baskin) Airline baggage theft featured; 1982 LaGuardia International Airport, New York, security surveillance video of baggage handlers stealing from passengers' bags shown. [Airline security expert John LAMBERT - comments on the thefts.] [Businessman David SLATTER - talks about watching his bag being looted.] [US attorney Fred FOREMAN - talks about results of the FBI's Operation Grab Bag baggage theft sting at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, Chicago, Illinois.] Number of arrests in the sting noted. [Alleged baggage theft ring MEMBER - says stealing went on every day at O'Hare.] Photo shown of Dallas airport shuttle bus driver Jonathan Walker, who was arrested for baggage theft. Lack of statistics on baggage looting, advice to travellers noted.

Baskin, Roberta;
Rather, Dan

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