Thieves strike homes, businesses during Irma

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FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. �� Squads of thieves out to help themselves saw Hurricane Irma as an opportunity instead of a threat. After thousands of people fled their homes, the crooks moved in on their homes and businesses. —Two 17-year-olds burglarized a home in Weston, and a deputy shot one of them, authorities said. The owners of…

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