In-N-Out Burger’s Historic Closure: First Location Shutting Down After 75 Years Due to Soaring Crime Rates


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In-N-Out Burger will close it’s Oakland, California location due to car break-ins, property damage, theft, and robberies that have affected both customers and employees. It will be the first location the franchise has closed in it’s 75 year history, and it’s no surprise it’s happening in California.

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In-N- Out is Out

By now, most Americans are aware of California’s crime problems – particularly in the big blue cities.

The Associated Press reports, “The fast-food burger joint in a busy corridor near Oakland…

“We feel the frequency and severity of the crimes being encountered by our customers and associates leave us no alternative,” Warnick said. Consider the amount of additional security that particular In-N-Out location should enjoy due to it’s proximity to an international airport, and yet the crime remains rampant. The story continued:

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More Crime, Less Burgers

“Sean Crawford, who works in a building around the corner from the restaurant, told the newspaper that last year, he saw two people get out of a car and go…

It’s hard to imagine any business staying open in those kinds of conditions.

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