Displaced Families Come Home To Stolen Items

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PUEBLO, Colo. Several local families returned back home, Wednesday night.

Some of them were angry because they came home to find their apartments ransacked and their stuff stolen. Residents at the apartment complex in Pueblo near Northern and Pueblo Boulevard had to stay out of their homes for the last five nights, while asbestos testing was done.

11 News spoke to one woman who was upset that her apartment was broken into.

"They broke into my jewelry box. they took, I mean they just, I don't know what they were looking for. we don't have nothin'," said Judy.

Pueblo Police say the residents filed police reports. The apartment residents say they were told the asbestos tests came back clean.

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