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Eye on New Mexico: Pulling back the curtain on #abq4ward

Chris Ramirez and Tessa Mentus
August 13, 2017 08:54 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Crime is rampant in the Duke City. So much so that last month KOB-TV began #abq4ward, a deep-dive series of investigative reports with the objective of analyzing the roots of the issue, its effects and potential solutions.

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On this week's Eye on New Mexico, KOB's Chris Ramirez and Tessa Mentus discuss the reasoning and research that led to three of those stories. For a comprehensive rundown of all #abq4ward coverage so far, click here.

This is a much-needed community dialogue, and KOB-TV invites you to be a part of it. If you have been impacted by crime, share your stories, your tips and your thoughts on social media using the hashtag #abq4ward. If you'd like to share story ideas or opinions directly with one of our reporters, you can do so here.

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Chris Ramirez and Tessa Mentus

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