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Caught on CCTV: NYPD Detective Caught Stealing Cash During Deli Raid

NYPD Narcotics Detective Ian Cyrus has been suspended after video surveillance footage showed him pocketing nearly $3,000 from a cash register during a raid on a Brooklyn deli.


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