Here’s another case where records were left behind after a business was abandoned.
James Jackson reports from Florida:
Hillsborough County Code Enforcement officials are keeping a close eye on an old Bay area car dealership, after they say someone broke in and ransacked the place. They say vandals broke windows and doors, sprayed gang graffiti and set parts of Bob Wilson Dodge on fire. Jim Blinck with Hillsborough County Code Enforcement has been monitoring the property. Blinck said, “It’s become a public nuisance to the surrounding business as well as the surrounding neighborhood.” Blinck says the vandals also scattered records with customers’ personal information all over the parking lot.
Bob Wilson Dodge closed four years ago, after owners filed for bankruptcy.
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