Jail Criminal Record Thugs stealing copper plumbing and other building supplies. This needs to be investigated!
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Location: Vanderbilt Parkway, Huntington Station
Dix Hills New York

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Thugs stealing copper plumbing and other building supplies. This needs to be investigated!

Just before dawn, I saw two men on the grounds of a new home that is under construction. They had a large pickup truck with roof racks and were loading it with expensive, brand new copper piping, toilet bowls that were still in there original boxes and a large stainless steel stove. There entire truck appeared to be loaded up and they were ready to leave when I drove by. The criminals should be arrested and charged, before they steal anything else.
By tommyboy354a, Published February 09 2012.

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