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New York - NYPD Chief: Sandy Flooding May Have Damaged Evidence

Published on: November 20, 2012 01:08 PM
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FILE - New York City Police Emergency Service K9 Unit officer Dennis Coughlin (R) and his partner search dog Brutas search for possible victims bodies amid boats and debris washed ashore by Hurricane Sandy on the south side of the Staten Island section of New York City, November 1, 2012. ReutersFILE - New York City Police Emergency Service K9 Unit officer Dennis Coughlin (R) and his partner search dog Brutas search for possible victims bodies amid boats and debris washed ashore by Hurricane Sandy on the south side of the Staten Island section of New York City, November 1, 2012. Reuters

New York - New York City police officials say they fear Superstorm Sandy damaged or destroyed criminal evidence.

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly told reporters on Tuesday that the storm caused flooding at a large NYPD storage facility in Brooklyn.

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Kelly said the NYPD was still trying to determine what evidence may have been wiped out and what can be salvaged.

The devastating storm surge last month caused Newtown Creek to overflow and flood the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn. That’s where the NYPD facility is located.


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