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    Mexican police are providing stepped-up security for a PepsiCo subsidiary targeted by firebomb attacks over the weekend, official said Tuesday.

    About one hundred state and federal police are guarding the distribution centers of Sabritas, a Mexican snack firm owned by PepsiCo, said Julio Hernandez, a spokesman for western Michoacan state.

    Hernandez said it appears a drug gang was involved in the attacks that burned dozens of Sabritas delivery trucks and damaged buildings at five distribution centers in Michoacan and the neighboring state of Guanajuato.
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