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Looting after Sandy

A message left on a fence of a

A message left on a fence of a home in Freeport eight days after superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 6, 2012) Photo Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams Jr.

Photos about looting on Long Island after superstorm Sandy.

A Lindenhurst resident walks away after putting up
Photo Credit: Ed Betz

A Lindenhurst resident walks away after putting up a sign warning those who might seek to take advantage of the village's damage and darkness. (Nov. 4, 2012)

A sign warns against looting in Broad Channel,
Photo Credit: Charles Eckert

A sign warns against looting in Broad Channel, Queens in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. (Nov. 5, 2012)

A warning sign on Sweezey's on New York
Photo Credit: Mackenzie Issler

A warning sign on Sweezey's on New York Avenue in Huntington Station tells residents and Sandy to stay away (Oct. 30, 2012)

A sign was put up to deter looters
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

A sign was put up to deter looters from entering a home damaged by superstorm Sandy at 121 South Atlantic Pl. in Island Park. (Nov. 1, 2012)

A sign warns against looting on the corner
Photo Credit: Newsday/Thomas A. Ferrara

A sign warns against looting on the corner of Shore Rd. and Pacific in Lindenhurst in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 4, 2012)

A message left on a fence of a
Photo Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams Jr.

A message left on a fence of a home in Freeport eight days after superstorm Sandy. (Nov. 6, 2012)

New York State Police patrol Oceanview Street in
Photo Credit: Howard Schnapp

New York State Police patrol Oceanview Street in Long Beach. (Nov. 7, 2012)

Todd Sveck, owner of Arlo Pharmacy in Massapequa
Photo Credit: James Carbone

Todd Sveck, owner of Arlo Pharmacy in Massapequa Park, says a teenager broke a window at his pharmacy after superstorm Sandy and stole presciption drugs. (Nov. 29, 2012)

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