No easy solution to theft of copper
Robert Okuda, his mother and father unceremoniously turn away suspicious-looking characters who show up every day at their familys recycling business with plenty of copper pipes, copper wire and other copper parts — but no identification and no reasonable explanation of how they got the copper.
Second arrest in copper theft
A Bryan teen accused of participating in a bungled copper heist last December that caused thousands of dollars in damage to a local business was being held at the Brazos County Jail on Saturday.
Tyler Hospital Suffers Damage After Copper Theft
TYLER, Texas (AP) - Suspected copper thieves are blamed for about $100,000 in damage and property loss at a former hospital in Tyler. So far no arrests.
Copper theft could be linked to rising price
The price of copper fell for the third straight day in international trading Wednesday and it could be a good news for business owners and construction crews.
Copper Thief Headed To Jail
The Ishpeming man who stole thousands of dollars worth of copper from a construction site has been sentenced to 12 months in jail and 12 months of probation.
UPDATE: Chinas Copper Demand Unscathed By Stock Market Volatility
SAN FRANCISCO (Dow Jones) -- Bankrolled by newfound wealth and enamored by the metals luster, China has been on a copper building spree -- monuments included, from a massive copper pagoda to a 320-foot Buddhist statue.
HPD: Man Falls To Death While Stealing Copper
A man fell to his death while he tried to steal copper in southwest Houston on Friday, officials told KPRC Local 2.
Police In Charlotte Search For Copper Thieves
Police say thieves stole copper tubing from several Habitat For Humanity homes that are under construction in Northeast Charlotte.
Southern Copper Reports Smelter Delay
Phoenix-based Southern Copper Corp. disclosed Friday in a regulatory filing that President and Chief Executive Oscar Gonzalez Rocha said the company is selling concentrates to third parties after delays in bringing its Ilo, Peru-based smelter up to full capacity.
Laredo is hoping to use copper tubes as magnet
A Mexican conglomerate will break ground on a $100 million copper tubing plant this spring, a development city leaders hope spurs other manufacturers interest in doing business at the southern end of Interstate 35.