Millions of Gallons of Fuel Stolen from Miami Airport

NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Joe Mozingo, reporter for The Miami Herald, about the theft of millions of gallons of aircraft fuel from the Miami-Dade International Airport. The thieves allegedly sold the fuel for yacht and truck use. A convicted felon has been managing the fuel depot where the thefts occurred — now he and 10 other suspects have been arrested for the thefts, which may amount to more than $5 million in value.

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