BERLIN, Oct 30 (Reuters) - German police searching for thieves who stole 73 car airbags said on Wednesday the theft was part of a growing black market business in the inflatable safety devices. "They didn't touch anything else, they just took the airbags," said a spokesman for the raided car shop in the western town of Duisburg in Northrhein-Westphalia. Police said thieves broke into the shop and stole airbags worth 100,000 euros ($117,100) bringing the total number taken in the state ...
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