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Do Austin police investigate property crimes?

When Imani Williams woke up after a late-night UberEats shift, she found the $2,800 electric cargo bike she invested in was gone, despite locking the 75-pound bike and taking the battery inside the night before.

Williams is frustrated about how her case was handled after speaking with an Austin police officer. She says she wished the Austin Police Department had been more "efficient" in taking her report and had treated it with more urgency.

But her experience isn't unique. Several other victims of recent property crimes told the Bulldog that they too had difficulty making reports and were frustrated by a seeming lack of follow-up.

Read more at The Austin Bulldog.

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