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2 Looting Incidents Were Confirmed By NY State Police

On Sunday, New York State Police reacted to social media reports of looting in Buffalo amid the winter storm that shut down Western New York.

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State police told a Sunday evening press conference with Gov. Kathy Hochul and Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz that just a few incidences have been verified, but 2 On Your Side is hearing of more in Buffalo.

Police Confirm Two Incidents Of Looting Amid Winter Storm In Buffalo | The  Daily Caller

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New York State Police Superintendent Steven A. Nigrelli said, “We have two confirmed cases of looting where police were called and did something.”

“The inquiry continues. “We hope the two occurrences are isolated and not representative of Western New York’s outstanding community.”

Source: https://www.wgrz.com/

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