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Breezy Point hit by Thanksgiving looting

An American flag hangs on the site of burnt homes in Breezy Point Thanksgiving Day. AP Photo/John Minchillo
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BREEZY POINT — Some residents of hurricane-hit Breezy Point said their damaged homes were looted over the Thanksgiving holiday, according to the New York Post.

At least three homeowners were robbed, with stolen possessions including a $25,000 coin collection, jewelry, watches and change jars, the Post said.

According to the paper, the neighborhood experienced 14 break-ins between Nov. 12 and Nov. 18, compared with zero the year before.

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Lou from Bayside says:
Thats funny! Mayor Bumblingberg has been all over the media saying there has been virtually no looting!
Dec. 1, 2012, 6:58 pm

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