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Scrappers continue to loot warehouse after marijuana raid

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Scrappers continue to loot a Detroit Warehouse where a marijuana growing operating was busted earlier this week. Now, another business owner is being targeted!

Watch Robin Schwartz's full video report above.

Richard Sorel says he's watched helplessly all week long as scrappers loot his business. He took us inside the warehouse that's still wide open on Epworth, after state police raided the building earlier this week for a marijuana grow operation.

The criminals are so bold, they continued to loot right in front of our Fox 2 cameras.

State police say they secured the building after the raid, but Sorel doesn't buy it. Meanwhile, the looting continues.

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