Security at theaters after 'Dark Knight' massacre

Police officers outside an AMC movie theater screening

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Police officers outside an AMC movie theater screening "The Dark Knight Rises" in New York. (July 20, 2012) (Credit: AP )

Representatives of chains that run Long Island theaters said security was their highest priority Friday after the massacre during a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises" in Colorado.

AMC Theatres, which runs theaters in Huntington, Levittown, Westbury, Garden City, Rockville Centre and Stony Brook, said the company is "actively working with local law enforcement in communities throughout...

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